The value of two large-sized pizzas purchased for 10 thousand Bitcoins in 2010 reached exactly 613 million dollars with Bitcoin’s last record. As Bitcoin gets more valuable, the size of the fish that escaped grows.
Bitcoin, the world’s most popular crypto currency, recently broke a new record, reaching over $ 61,000. Just as every time Bitcoin broke the record for “highest value of all time” (ATH), Laszlo Hanyecz, a computer programmer, immediately came to mind in the latest record.
In fact, many of us have heard the story of Hanyecz before. Laszlo Hanyecz ordered two large pizzas in 2010 and preferred to pay in Bitcoin instead of paying for these pizzas in dollars. Hanyecz had paid exactly 10,000 Bitcoins for just two pizzas.
The current value of 10 thousand Bitcoins, which produced only 2 large pizzas in 2010, is 613 million dollars.
Although the value of 10 thousand Bitcoins at that time was only $ 41, the current cost of these 2 pizzas reached $613 million with the 11-year period and Bitcoin became the most popular crypto currency. Of course, it was impossible for Hanyecz to know that he had paid a fortune for two pizzas in those days.
While Hanyecz stated that he did not regret the “opportunity” he missed; I wrote about the story of buying the world’s most expensive pizza, “I wrote on a forum site created for Bitcoin that I could pay 10 thousand Bitcoins for two large pizzas. The user named “Jercos” returned to the message I wrote two days later, on May 22, 2010. “My proposal was accepted and two large pizzas were sent to my house,” he explains.