Bitcoin Pizza

      Bitcoin Pizza is the name of the very first “real” transaction of Bitcoin for goods in physical life. 

     On May 22, 2010, a man named Laszlo Hanyecz negotiated with a counterparty to pay 10,000 BTC for two pizzas from Papa Johns. While there is a lot of unnecessary negative talk toward Laszlo for this act, it is important to remember that at the time of the transaction Bitcoin had no recognizable monetary value; and it is plausible to thank him for being the first individual to promote Bitcoin from just a niche cypherpunk theory into the real world of economics.

     May 22, has become a holiday for the cryptocurrency community known as “Bitcoin Pizza Day”.

      Related Terms:



BTC: bc1qcskmel9llhrdqj3arxyqnennx4ashvfutlreyy
LTC: ltc1qa0fj4lcu5365rep50aza5fqqvx8ef0afemh6s5
ETH: 0x071D72dbc48ad2Fe35daE256eCF0834C5dde688c
DASH: XgXHqVyJiQNdVVszH9cnqCP4uWcP8tVxdK
BNB: bnb1mau4j8kry0jgw45ufy69hvhd0k04llet8fk2p6

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