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May 23, 2018, 05:54:53 AM
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It was really yesterday, May 22. But I think we should keep the Bitcoin culture alive around the forum.

For the newbies who do not know what this is then read this, https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/wiki/Laszlo_Hanyecz#Bitcoin_Pizza_Day

Belated happy Bitcoin pizza day to all! Be sure to spend some coins for some pizza.



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May 23, 2018, 06:09:44 AM
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It was really yesterday, May 22. But I think we should keep the Bitcoin culture alive around the forum.

For the newbies who do not know what this is then read this, https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/wiki/Laszlo_Hanyecz#Bitcoin_Pizza_Day

Belated happy Bitcoin pizza day to all! Be sure to spend some coins for some pizza.



Oh belated happy Bitcoin pizza day!!! Very lucky pizza vendor got 10000 bitcoin easily that time. Now if he doesn't use it and just hold probably he make have his own pizza parlor with many branches.

I'll convert some bitcoin to our local fiat so that I can buy some pizza. No store yet accepting bitcoin in our country.
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July 26, 2018, 01:10:01 PM
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If you’ve been around bitcoin for a while, you might know May 22nd is the day the community celebrates “Pizza Day”. Why? Well, back in 2010, when bitcoin had virtually zero official value in dollars, Laszlo Hanyecz posted online that he’d send 10,000 BTC to anyone who’d order him two pizzas. Someone took the offer (and the bitcoins) and sent Hanyecz two pizzas from Papa John’s.
Like every other media outlet, we’re obligated to point out that purchase is worth about $82.3 million USD at current prices. However, as one of the first ever (if not the first) uses of bitcoin to pay for real-world products, it’s today regarded as the event that kick-started bitcoin as money, and proved it had value at all.
What would’ve become of bitcoin, had that pizza order not happened? Who knows, but thank goodness it was a pizza order, because it gave the community a convenient and tasty way to celebrate every year.
Hanyecz himself repeated that initial stunt in February 2018, by ordering pizza in a similar manner, this time using a Lightning Network transaction. That order also produced pizza, though this time required the extra step of funding a Lightning channel with BTC before paying.
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July 26, 2018, 01:20:56 PM
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If you’ve been around bitcoin for a while, you might know May 22nd is the day the community celebrates “Pizza Day”. Why? Well, back in 2010, when bitcoin had virtually zero official value in dollars, Laszlo Hanyecz posted online that he’d send 10,000 BTC to anyone who’d order him two pizzas. Someone took the offer (and the bitcoins) and sent Hanyecz two pizzas from Papa John’s.
Like every other media outlet, we’re obligated to point out that purchase is worth about $82.3 million USD at current prices. However, as one of the first ever (if not the first) uses of bitcoin to pay for real-world products, it’s today regarded as the event that kick-started bitcoin as money, and proved it had value at all.
What would’ve become of bitcoin, had that pizza order not happened? Who knows, but thank goodness it was a pizza order, because it gave the community a convenient and tasty way to celebrate every year.
Hanyecz himself repeated that initial stunt in February 2018, by ordering pizza in a similar manner, this time using a Lightning Network transaction. That order also produced pizza, though this time required the extra step of funding a Lightning channel with BTC before paying.

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If you’ve been around bitcoin for a while, you might know May 22nd is the day the community celebrates “Pizza Day”. Why? Well, back in 2010, when bitcoin had virtually zero official value in dollars, Laszlo Hanyecz posted online that he’d send 10,000 BTC to anyone who’d order him two pizzas. Someone took the offer (and the bitcoins) and sent Hanyecz two pizzas from Papa John’s.

Like every other media outlet, we’re obligated to point out that purchase is worth about $82.3 million USD at current prices. However, as one of the first ever (if not the first) uses of bitcoin to pay for real-world products, it’s today regarded as the event that kick-started bitcoin as money, and proved it had value at all.

What would’ve become of bitcoin, had that pizza order not happened? Who knows, but thank goodness it was a pizza order, because it gave the community a convenient and tasty way to celebrate every year.

Hanyecz himself repeated that initial stunt in February 2018, by ordering pizza in a similar manner, this time using a Lightning Network transaction. That order also produced pizza, though this time required the extra step of funding a Lightning channel with BTC before paying.

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July 26, 2018, 01:43:54 PM
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Hmm mm! So so appitizing. Happy happy bitcoin pizza day to all bitcoin members
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