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April 09, 2018, 10:17:05 PM
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What a great idea of topic, thank you man for doing this. I hope real legends will make their contribution to this topic and this list will be as full as possible.

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Add: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=67058

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April 10, 2018, 05:26:56 AM
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Omg, that's great Smiley) I will read about that guy and add him today Smiley) Thank you.

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April 10, 2018, 06:35:54 AM
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Omg, that's great Smiley) I will read about that guy and add him today Smiley) Thank you.

Search for inputs.io https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Inputs.io

It'll take forever to find but there's a thread on here about a conversation being held on IRC when inputs.io was first launched and someone asks why would anyone want to start an online wallet service? The answer came back "For the inevitable 'hack' obvs."

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April 10, 2018, 07:59:36 AM
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Great Information, it was interesting to read it.

Most of all I liked the pirate story.
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April 10, 2018, 09:53:31 AM
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The 10,000 Bitcoins for 2 Pizza's.what a interesting fact.thank for sharing this and what happen to "jercos" ?
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April 10, 2018, 01:19:15 PM
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All of the exhibits are amazing! But as a newbie I have got more interested with that exhibit #2 which made me laugh for a day. Such a funny meme of a drunk man who started it all. I cannot believe that satoshi was also part of this forum and how I wish  he stills active so I can thank him enough for founding bitcoin. I was also touched by Hal's story and indeed inspire me.

Such a great memorable and significant information you got there, OP.

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April 10, 2018, 03:52:31 PM
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#4 was new to me

If you would like to add some people, I would suggest Nick Szabo, Roger Ver and Jeff Burwick, though they might be using an alias here.

Nick Szabo for his idea of cryptocurrencies and smart contracts, and the two anarchists who endured being shamed and been promoting bitcoin and other cryptos for a long time.

If they weren't here, I would be sad if they didn't even make a contribution on this forum.

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April 10, 2018, 04:04:40 PM
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I'm more interested to that scammer pirateat40 lol he gathered 500K BTC, Imagine what you can do with that amount of money right now. He can probably decide to buy a whole island, run a country and become a president lol. What more could he ask for. If BTC would be $20K again, he could really fund a mining  venture on mars.

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April 10, 2018, 10:47:13 PM
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I laughed a lot on the exhibit no. 2. Is that the real origin of term "hodl"? Are you serious? Grin Well, it seems legit for me since that post is way back 2013. Though it's fumny, I think that drunk man should be recognized and includ on btc's history. Grin

On exhibit no. 4, I feel pity for the pizza buyers that he spent 10K btc. I'm pretty sure they realized that they made a horrible mistake and regret until now. I also wonder, where is the pizza vendor now? I think maybe he's now a millionaire.

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   TradeFortress created a free online bitcoin wallet (Inputs.io), this wallet was hacked, 4000 bitcoins were stolen on October 24 of 2013, TradeFortress did not have any bitcoins stored in a cold wallet, after hack, he did not shut down the site, he did not move any of the coins to a cold wallet, he did not report the theft to local authorities, he did not notify any depositors, and he did not stop any new users from depositing to his site., on November 8, 2013 the service was hacked again, this time the hacker stole 160 bitcoins.
  After everything become known TradeFortress announced that he will partially compensate for the losses, by its own admission, he did it from the deposits of new users, who, without suspecting anything, continued to transfer bitcoins.
   For example, the most affected: DumbFruit, he lost 955.24 BTC, got 199.38 BTC in compensation.
   The personality of TradeFortress for the general public remains unknown, in one telephone interview he said  about his age: “I’m over 18 but not much over." It is also unknown if those hacks were fabricated by himself or not.



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   Vitalik is a very mysterious person, very few people can understand what he is saying and doing, and the majority will never understand. It is prohibited to mention in his presence about the Fiat Money. Very little is known About him, only a few facts are reliably established: he loves cats, he likes sweet and that he has a profile on the bitcointalk forum, the last time it was active: June 30, 2016.


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Not a profile but here you can find the first threads/posts ever created: https://bitcointalk.org/first_topics/



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8 years ago, the programmer Laszlo Hanyecz, with forum nickname laszlo, made the first-ever known purchase for bitcoins, he bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins.  Pizzas was sold by Jeremy Sturdivant, known by the nickname Jercos (he did not have a bitcointalk profile, this profile is from IRC (Internet Relay Chat)).

Later each year on May 22, the bitcoin community began to celebrate "Bitcoin Pizza Day".

I think Laszlo Hanyecz  do not regrets about  purchase, since he said that later he cashed all his bitcoins when the price reached one dollar, then he was able to buy himself a new computer.

According to the seller of pizza - Jercos, who at that time was 19 years old, he sold his bitcoins when its walue increased ten times, that is for $ 400. Most likely, judging by the history of transactions, he did so in July 2010, just at that time bitcoin increased in price by 10 times, from $ 0.008 for BTC to $ 0.08 for BTC. Jercos now works as an engineer-developer of Inovonics Inc, the company is engaged in radio equipment.

Here is the transaction for 10 000 BTC:
https://blockchain.info/tx/a1075db55d416d3ca199f55b6084e2115b9345e16c5cf302fc80e9d5fbf5d48d

In general, as I thought, most of the bitcoin millionaires became them only because they did not kept track of its growth, and those who kept in the course of events earned a little.

Laszlo Hanyecz continued his business, 8 years ago he proved that bitcoin can be used as a currency, but in 2017 it was again questioned, as the price for the transaction sometimes reached $ 200. In 2018, he again proved that you can buy pizza for bitcoins, using the lightning network, he spent 0.00649 BTC for two pizzas, or $ 67, and the price for the transaction was 6 cents.



Since people here were interested in the fate of Jercos who received 10,000 BTC, decided to add a sequel to the story about two pizzas

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8 years ago, the programmer Laszlo Hanyecz, with forum nickname laszlo, made the first-ever known purchase for bitcoins, he bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins.  Pizzas was sold by Jeremy Sturdivant, known by the nickname Jercos (he did not have a bitcointalk profile, this profile is from IRC (Internet Relay Chat)).

Later each year on May 22, the bitcoin community began to celebrate "Bitcoin Pizza Day".

I think Laszlo Hanyecz  do not regrets about  purchase, since he said that later he cashed all his bitcoins when the price reached one dollar, then he was able to buy himself a new computer.

According to the seller of pizza - Jercos, who at that time was 19 years old, he sold his bitcoins when its walue increased ten times, that is for $ 400. Most likely, judging by the history of transactions, he did so in July 2010, just at that time bitcoin increased in price by 10 times, from $ 0.008 for BTC to $ 0.08 for BTC. Jercos now works as an engineer-developer of Inovonics Inc, the company is engaged in radio equipment.

Here is the transaction for 10 000 BTC:
https://blockchain.info/tx/a1075db55d416d3ca199f55b6084e2115b9345e16c5cf302fc80e9d5fbf5d48d

In general, as I thought, most of the bitcoin millionaires became them only because they did not kept track of its growth, and those who kept in the course of events earned a little.

Laszlo Hanyecz continued his business, 8 years ago he proved that bitcoin can be used as a currency, but in 2017 it was again questioned, as the price for the transaction sometimes reached $ 200. In 2018, he again proved that you can buy pizza for bitcoins, using the lightning network, he spent 0.00649 BTC for two pizzas, or $ 67, and the price for the transaction was 6 cents.



Since people here were interested in the fate of Jercos who received 10,000 BTC, decided to add a sequel to the story about two pizzas

If only Jercos get a hold of that number of bitcoins... I think he would be a millionaire in no time  Grin 10,000 BTCs... how much is that now? Around 81million dollars Smiley such a thing you would ever realize that you should hold it for a longer time.

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April 19, 2018, 07:58:34 PM
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If only Jercos get a hold of that number of bitcoins... I think he would be a millionaire in no time  Grin 10,000 BTCs... how much is that now? Around 81million dollars Smiley such a thing you would ever realize that you should hold it for a longer time.

I do not think that there is any person who is capable to hold bitcoins for so long by being aware of the price for all of the time (except Satoshi maybe), every normal person will sell when will see grows of 100 or 1000 times for example Smiley

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April 20, 2018, 04:07:00 AM
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If only Jercos get a hold of that number of bitcoins... I think he would be a millionaire in no time  Grin 10,000 BTCs... how much is that now? Around 81million dollars Smiley such a thing you would ever realize that you should hold it for a longer time.

I do not think that there is any person who is capable to hold bitcoins for so long by being aware of the price for all of the time (except Satoshi maybe), every normal person will sell when will see grows of 100 or 1000 times for example Smiley

I guess you're right but still 10,000 BTCs is now a large amount of money Smiley. I hope there is still someone whose holding a lot more BTCs than SATOSHI and THEYMOS like that 10,000 BTCs. IMO it's also a good idea to add that to your post, the person who has a lot of transactions ever since the establishment of this forum, but I think it's impossible since we have to view their wallet addresses.

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April 23, 2018, 06:17:04 AM
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April 23, 2018, 07:34:30 AM
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Last I saw, people were planning a massive lawsuit against TradeFortress, he obviously wasn’t hacked & stole all those bitcoin’s himself. I think he got DOXED & he hasn’t been seen for a long time.

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April 23, 2018, 08:12:00 AM
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I was looking for this bitcoin transaction, nice to bump in here. Now I can prove people that this Pizza Day had have happened. Despite global acceptance of bitcoin, people tend to believe that all of the transactions or stories circulating are just part of a worldwide fraud waiting to pop-up any moment. That leads me here in bitcointalk, to do some research and participate to add more knowledge about bitcoin and cryptocurrency. I know my knowledge is not that enough so my post are more on research news to add up here. In time, I will contribute much here.

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