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February 21, 2014, 12:03:13 AM
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1 BTC sent your way you Bitcoin legend  Grin

Wow thanks, I do still have access to it.  You should never delete a wallet, even if you've spent what was 'in' it.
I appreciate the donations, but nobody owes me anything.. I generated my share and I spent it, it was just at a time when the value was lower, but so was the generation difficulty, and the block reward was 50.

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April 29, 2014, 03:40:18 PM
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Welcome back Laszlo!


We are having a "Laszlo Pizza Party" at my local meetup, the 22th of may Cheesy

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April 30, 2014, 08:26:45 PM
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1 BTC sent your way you Bitcoin legend  Grin

Wow thanks, I do still have access to it.  You should never delete a wallet, even if you've spent what was 'in' it.
I appreciate the donations, but nobody owes me anything.. I generated my share and I spent it, it was just at a time when the value was lower, but so was the generation difficulty, and the block reward was 50.

Laszlo

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Remember reading this before I even knew what the hell was going on around here.
http://www.businessinsider.com/2-million-bitcoin-pizza-2013-4

Have a CasinoCoin Address? I would be more then happy to send over a few thousand.
Cheers and welcome back!

4.5millions now, the pizza was bought by jercos; I wonder how much btc he has now, probably a lot : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137.new#new

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May 27, 2014, 03:12:12 AM
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makes no sense,Let him go.
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May 27, 2014, 03:56:06 PM
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Heya Laszlo,

Welcome! I sent you some bitcoins to play with Wink Come hang out with us on irc.freenode.org #bitcoin-dev

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That's awesome  Cool

Like to think I would have given some away during that time too.

Then created a few millionaires just for being sound.
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June 11, 2014, 09:05:22 AM
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I heard from one person who bought a house with their pizza bitcoins, indirectly, by trading it for cash first.  Apparently it was a lot of hassle with the bank due to AML and just their general distaste for currencies they don't control.  I wish I could say I did the same, but the pizza didn't appreciate the same way as the bitcoins Smiley

I think pizza always appreciates. @Laszlo your pizza sorry was the first story I read about bitcoins and my first knowledge of cryptocurrencies, your a legend.

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June 11, 2014, 05:25:43 PM
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The pizza was one of the first times I really took notice of bitcoin. It really was a historic milestone for bitcoin.

I don't remember if I had heard of the white paper before hearing of the pizza, but the pizza is the news bite that really sticks out in my mind.
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June 14, 2014, 03:50:57 AM
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I heard from one person who bought a house with their pizza bitcoins, indirectly, by trading it for cash first.  Apparently it was a lot of hassle with the bank due to AML and just their general distaste for currencies they don't control.  I wish I could say I did the same, but the pizza didn't appreciate the same way as the bitcoins Smiley

I think pizza always appreciates. @Laszlo your pizza sorry was the first story I read about bitcoins and my first knowledge of cryptocurrencies, your a legend.

The pizzia story is epic.

It really puts into perspective the power of bitcoin.

You can ignore the fact as to how expensive the pizza was, but remember the fact as to how quickly funds were able to be transferred across the atlantic for a specific product.
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June 28, 2014, 11:55:12 AM
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I spent it all on pizza long ago:  https://blockchain.info/address/1XPTgDRhN8RFnzniWCddobD9iKZatrvH4

3-4 years ago there were less than 100 people frequenting this forum, and I was pretty happy to trade 10,000 coins for pizza.  I mean people can say I'm stupid, but it was a great deal at the time.  I don't think anyone could have known it would take off like this. Smiley

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June 28, 2014, 02:11:53 PM
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I spent it all on pizza long ago:  https://blockchain.info/address/1XPTgDRhN8RFnzniWCddobD9iKZatrvH4

3-4 years ago there were less than 100 people frequenting this forum, and I was pretty happy to trade 10,000 coins for pizza.  I mean people can say I'm stupid, but it was a great deal at the time.  I don't think anyone could have known it would take off like this. Smiley

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wouldn't u be a hero member by now?

doesnt have to be, as bitcoin was not so much "a thing" back then, and alot of people went in and out on bitcoin.
but that pizza story truly is epic and shows how much patience sometimes pays off.
personaly i woudnt want to be that guy, but then again , we may also be the funny guys in history, selling for under 1k; one never knows
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June 28, 2014, 04:09:19 PM
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I spent it all on pizza long ago:  https://blockchain.info/address/1XPTgDRhN8RFnzniWCddobD9iKZatrvH4

3-4 years ago there were less than 100 people frequenting this forum, and I was pretty happy to trade 10,000 coins for pizza.  I mean people can say I'm stupid, but it was a great deal at the time.  I don't think anyone could have known it would take off like this. Smiley

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wouldn't u be a hero member by now?

doesnt have to be, as bitcoin was not so much "a thing" back then, and alot of people went in and out on bitcoin.
but that pizza story truly is epic and shows how much patience sometimes pays off.
personaly i woudnt want to be that guy, but then again , we may also be the funny guys in history, selling for under 1k; one never knows
cheers
IIRC the guy who bought pizza for 10k coins said in his OP (or maybe in the thread where he made his offer) that he had mining hardware that could easily generate 10k+ coins per month and he actually did it a couple of times. Assuming he did not completely cash out, he likely has a good amount of coins in his possession. It may not be millions of dollars worth, but certainly a good amount by most people's standards.
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August 06, 2015, 09:14:05 AM
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Pics are still in the same location for anyone interested.  I didn't trade bitcoins for the child - she's my daughter, Amy.  Only the pizza was traded.

http://eclipse.heliacal.net/~solar/bitcoin/pizza/



I would pay 10000 BTC (if i had them) TODAY for this pizza!!! It looks so delicious  Smiley


LASZLO is a F*CKING legend in Bitcoin history. It is for people like him that bitcoin became so huge. Thank you mate

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