Pip started the Bitcoin Challenge by stashing 310.66 Bitcoins into 4 digital wallets, currently worth 2 million US dollars. The code required to unlock and use each of these wallets can be deciphered with the help of a carefully designed picture. People who want to decypher the riddle, will have to carefully go through the black-and-white image, searching for all the information they can get. It’s important to note that events like these aren’t something new, especially in the cryptocurrency community. It’s been a widely discussed rumor that government agencies and high end tech developers often organize such events. Getting top tier talent is extremely hard and many organizations or even governments are willing to pay a lot of money to acquire it.