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Bitcoin’s surge beyond $60,000 means that famed programmer Laszlo Hanyecz effectively paid $613 million for two pizzas

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  1. Be thankful. He helped pave the way.

    At first, detractors were saying, “You can’t buy anything with it, except drugs.” It was really nice to be able to say, “Somebody bought two pizzas…” and later, “I bought llama wool socks, fuckface…” A few years after that it was fun to say, “At one time, it took 10,000 BTC to buy two pizzas, now 1 BTC will buy 30 pizzas…” and so forth.

  2. no it doesn’t. he paid 10k btc – peanuts in purchasing power at that time, much like now you’ll spend 10k sats without batting an eye, only to tell stories about it 10years later.

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