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500 million dollars for two Pizzas?

The most expensive dinner in history.

It was May 2010. A bitcointalk.org user named Laszlo Hanyecz was looking for someone willing to take his bitcoin in exchange for two Pizza’s delivered to his home.

His offer? 10.000 BTC, or about 41$ at the time.

Yep, you read that right. A whopping 10.000 bitcoin, or about half a billion dollars at today’s price. All for these two Pizzas delivered to his home:

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Yannik Pieper

Yannik Pieper

23 / Berlin, Germany. I’m writing about ₿itcoin and what it means to be a sovereign individual in the 21st century.

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