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June 13, 2015, 12:12:50 PM
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Wow!

That is a full bitcoin wallet!:)

53k BTC...Jesus... If only I had like 870 of those, I could pay back my bank loan ^^
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June 13, 2015, 05:47:55 PM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

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June 13, 2015, 08:15:53 PM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

He spent almost everything, apart from single-digit change. So NO, he doesn't have 'plenty of BTC' in his savings.


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-snip-  Other than a little bit of single digit change, I spent everything I mined.  -snip-

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June 13, 2015, 09:23:00 PM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

He spent almost everything, apart from single-digit change. So NO, he doesn't have 'plenty of BTC' in his savings.


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-snip-  Other than a little bit of single digit change, I spent everything I mined.  -snip-
How could he spend thousands of those Bitcoins? By buying a pizza factories? Cheesy

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June 13, 2015, 11:24:36 PM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

He spent almost everything, apart from single-digit change. So NO, he doesn't have 'plenty of BTC' in his savings.


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-snip-  Other than a little bit of single digit change, I spent everything I mined.  -snip-
How could he spend thousands of those Bitcoins? By buying a pizza factories? Cheesy

Back in the day Bitcoins were barely known by anybody and were worth, well, not much.

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June 14, 2015, 12:04:12 AM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

He spent almost everything, apart from single-digit change. So NO, he doesn't have 'plenty of BTC' in his savings.


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-snip-  Other than a little bit of single digit change, I spent everything I mined.  -snip-
How could he spend thousands of those Bitcoins? By buying a pizza factories? Cheesy

Back in the day Bitcoins were barely known by anybody and were worth, well, not much.

Oh yeah, that's true. The value of Bitcoin is not that high in that day Cheesy
So both of those person (pizza buyer & seller) must be regret it

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June 14, 2015, 12:26:11 AM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

He spent almost everything, apart from single-digit change. So NO, he doesn't have 'plenty of BTC' in his savings.


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-snip-  Other than a little bit of single digit change, I spent everything I mined.  -snip-

he can sold all mined coins but this is the end adress where those pizza bitcoins stoped and now worthing around 30 milions ,why them are there waiting to an up? if i had such i would sell all and live from banks interest only .... sounds like euromilion that gives around 20 to 100 milions euros.... enought to live till die lol
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June 15, 2015, 07:19:39 AM
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After reading through some of the replies, I think people are forgetful of how little Bitcoin was worth back in the day. In hindsight, it's easy to say you would have saved, or wouldn't have spent all your coins, but in 2010, when thousands of Bitcoins sit in your wallet that have almost no value, it's easy to want to trade in those almost worthless coins for something with monetary value.
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June 15, 2015, 01:56:41 PM
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these are the things we couldnt predict otherwise those deals woould happened ,but well they proof with it for sure ,they could be rich some of them.... but well is choises i meet bitcoin around 1 year now.... i had an email old spam,from bitcoin someone on those time i were playing with ptc as hyip i didnt know what were,and i thinked it were just a way to scam others a new one..
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June 15, 2015, 09:12:36 PM
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He could still have plenty of BTC in his savings.

He spent almost everything, apart from single-digit change. So NO, he doesn't have 'plenty of BTC' in his savings.


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-snip-  Other than a little bit of single digit change, I spent everything I mined.  -snip-

he can sold all mined coins but this is the end adress where those pizza bitcoins stoped and now worthing around 30 milions ,why them are there waiting to an up? if i had such i would sell all and live from banks interest only .... sounds like euromilion that gives around 20 to 100 milions euros.... enought to live till die lol

are you saying what I think you're saying? That this is all a hoax and made up story, and he bought the pizza with cash and kept the BTC?

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June 16, 2015, 12:11:57 AM
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those were on way to get rich that no one knew about ,some miners got rich with bitcoin,some people got rich with bitcoin nowadays us people make some income with it some enought for live others just an extra income
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June 16, 2015, 04:29:43 PM
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Omfg he bought two pizzas for 10000 BTC.Hats off to him.Bitcoin was able to grow because people like him traded them.
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June 16, 2015, 07:24:45 PM
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yes that way the bitcoin raised soo high because people interest and buy and sell those made bitcoin hit the 1000 dollars mark
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June 17, 2015, 05:13:23 AM
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Omfg he bought two pizzas for 10000 BTC.Hats off to him.Bitcoin was able to grow because people like him traded them.
if now is we will be surprised by the price, but when the transaction is done,
the price was very low current bitcoin

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June 17, 2015, 07:19:00 AM
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Where Laszlo has gone! he is not active on this forum for a year.Do he know that his post got this attention?

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June 17, 2015, 12:02:43 PM
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Where Laszlo has gone! he is not active on this forum for a year.Do he know that his post got this attention?
He knows.
Most probably he's sick and tired of having to retell his story over and over again.

Yeah, well... I'm gonna go build my own blockchain, with blackjack and hookers. In fact, forget the blockchain!
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June 18, 2015, 08:50:48 PM
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well sick should be but well at the time btc hasnt soo worth as now soo he had a wall but if i were me i would spend my coins on something as well why to keep virtual money
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June 18, 2015, 09:30:07 PM
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I wonder If he still had more bitcoins...
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June 19, 2015, 08:05:23 PM
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sure he should has some since he mined soo many on the begining cant be sold them all at once 
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June 20, 2015, 06:20:03 AM
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sure he should has some since he mined soo many on the begining cant be sold them all at once 
Naaa,I think he is no more into the Bitcoins.His account is inactive for almost a year.Though I cant say whether he still own some btc or not.
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