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February 26, 2015, 06:12:36 AM
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Nice to look at one of bitcoin's most important posts.

Did the seller of the pizza use the bitcoins, or did he store it?

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February 26, 2015, 08:53:07 AM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!

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$6.2 mil each
That's even more messed up
Poor guy laszlo

Believe me if laszlo or any of us had a Hot Tub Time Machine we'd all buy all Bitcoins existence in 2009 before that 2013 bubble.

Unfortunately(Fortunately?), that's how hindsight works.  Don't worry for him or for us, we'll get there and beyond, just need a bit more marinating and cooking in the dev/invest/adopt kitchen.

Where would one buy a hot tub time machine? I cannot see them on eBay, nor Amazon, maybe on the black market??

Open a Tor browser, and check Silk Road 3, Agora Marketplace, or Open Bazaar when it launches.

You could also PM me for a hot tub time machine ,
you need to pay half and i will give you a hot tub , just add a time machine and you good to go
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March 02, 2015, 02:27:16 AM
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That better have being one tasty ass pizza.
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March 02, 2015, 04:34:17 PM
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10,000... Thats quite a bit.. you could sell those on https://www.bitcoinmarket.com/ for $41USD right now..
good luck on getting your free pizza.



i am sorry guys, i just stumbled on this topic, i dont fucking belive this


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March 03, 2015, 07:25:12 AM
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10,000... Thats quite a bit.. you could sell those on https://www.bitcoinmarket.com/ for $41USD right now..
good luck on getting your free pizza.



i am sorry guys, i just stumbled on this topic, i dont fucking belive this



Believe it or not, many people made even more mistakes. Some let upwards of 20k BTC right through their hands. But hey, they knew no better.
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March 05, 2015, 05:27:00 AM
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Given the length of this topic, I think it's time for someone to make the historical pizza price chart so we can see bitcoin price as a function of pizzas per xBTC.  No?  I know you guys can do it.

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March 06, 2015, 04:00:45 PM
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I know laszlo haven't been here for a while but I still want to thank him for starting the first purchase with bitcoin and staring the price at around 0.004$.What was the price of bitcoin after 1 month of this purchase?

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March 06, 2015, 08:09:46 PM
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WTF, 10.000 bitcoins was $41 on 2010?!?? :O
2,731,000 USD right now :C

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March 07, 2015, 10:00:46 AM
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WTF, 10.000 bitcoins was $41 on 2010?!?? :O
2,731,000 USD right now :C

Quite a good ROI don't you think?  Wink

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March 07, 2015, 01:42:43 PM
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I would love for Laszlo to come back to this thread and let us know what he's up to these days.

After all, he's only been away from the forum for around 7 months or so  Grin

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March 07, 2015, 01:48:04 PM
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I would love for Laszlo to come back to this thread and let us know what he's up to these days.

After all, he's only been away from the forum for around 7 months or so  Grin

He might of committed suicide. He paid $12m for two LARGE pizzas. I know I would.

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March 09, 2015, 02:34:23 AM
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10,000... Thats quite a bit.. you could sell those on https://www.bitcoinmarket.com/ for $41USD right now..
good luck on getting your free pizza.


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I don't think you guys remeber that the first bitcoin purchase irlwas a pizza that was bought for 10000 bitcoins.  A funny story but the pizza company that owns those bitcoins could have sold them for so much at the peak of their value.

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March 12, 2015, 03:10:23 AM
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WTF, 10.000 bitcoins was $41 on 2010?!?? :O
2,731,000 USD right now :C

Quite a good ROI don't you think?  Wink
no worry its still early for bitcoin world Grin You must have a lot savings of bitcoin for the future

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March 12, 2015, 11:38:19 AM
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the same will happen in the future from now

now you pay let's say $5 for a pizza, 0.017 at current rate, and those 0.017 one day will be worth thousand of dollars

story will repeat itself

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March 12, 2015, 03:13:09 PM
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damn really
WTF, 10.000 bitcoins was $41 on 2010?!?? :O
2,731,000 USD right now :C

shit why im not buy 1 million bitcoin  Cry

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March 12, 2015, 10:36:27 PM
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Ha, this thread is historic.

At the time it was brilliant, using bitcoin through an intermediary "friend" to buy a pizza.

But now, to do so would circumvent the bitcoin economy. Paying my friend in bitcoin to do something for me in fiat is only supporting the fiat system. WE need to continue to push forward the opportunities to buy with bitcoin.

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March 13, 2015, 03:12:32 AM
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for now with 10.000 btc you will not only get couple a pizza with toping onions,peppers or fish but you can create a new topping
with diamond or gold because with a bitcoin price now you will get millions of dollars from 10.000 bitcoin

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March 13, 2015, 06:51:01 AM
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 We always look on the buyer side and say 10.000 for pizza is expensive but how about the guy who SOLD 2 pizza for 10k bitcoins Cheesy Do we know who he is (didn't read the whole thread) and what did he do with the money? Kept it until they worth something eventually?
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March 15, 2015, 08:51:30 AM
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Wtf, he is not online for half a year, is he cry in toilet?  Shocked

The 2 pizzas cost 3 million USD now, the most expensive pizzas in the world.

If the pizza seller still doesn't sell 10k btc, he is a millionaire now. I am not sure did he sell btc under 30 USD or even lower price.

Anyone knows their story? Grin
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Wtf, he is not online for half a year, is he cry in toilet?  Shocked

The 2 pizzas cost 3 million USD now, the most expensive pizzas in the world.

If the pizza seller still doesn't sell 10k btc, he is a millionaire now. I am not sure did he sell btc under 30 USD or even lower price.

Anyone knows their story? Grin

From OP's following post, it is clear that someone called "jercos" sold him the "World's Most Expensive Pizza"

I just want to report that I successfully traded 10,000 bitcoins for pizza.

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

Thanks jercos!

But when I searched the forum for the member "jercos", there seems to be no one with that username.

PS: I might print a custom T-Shirt with a picture of that pizza with a quote "World's Most Expensive Pizza Ever"   Cheesy

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