You buy a new hardware wallet. You set it up and it has 1000 BTC in it... What do you do?
Details: Your hardware wallet is legit and not compromised. You enter your wallet address into a blockchain explorer and verify that the BTC are there. The BTC were transferred into the wallet with multiple transactions over the course of 2 years. The most recent transaction was in 2015.
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