Just Eat, one of the world’s biggest online food delivery platforms, has begun supporting BTC in the country thanks to a partnership with the crypto payment processor BitPay. This means that Bitcoin can now be used to order dishes at 15,000 restaurants across the country—and it could create a newfound hunger for crypto in the country of 67 million.
Bitcoin Pizza Day: 10 years on, $91M pies
A booming bitcoin and the adoption of blockchain technology by multinational corporations, leading financial institutions, and even governments shows how far Satoshi Nakamoto’s dream has come
It’s Friday, May 22, 2020, and two pizza pies cost $45.90 at Stromboli's, across from my apartment in New York City. But 10 years ago, in Florida, two pies from Papa John’s cost Laszlo Hanyecz about $41—or 10,000 bitcoins, which is how he paid. And how Bitcoin Pizza Day was born.
Crypto community celebrates bitcoin pizza day
We honestly don’t know what this whole blockchain industry would look like if this first transaction hadn’t been such a ringing success
Wednesday, May 22 is Bitcoin Pizza Day. That’s because on May 22, 2010, two pizza pies were bought by a person named Laszlo Hanyecz through a bitcoin forum. While the pies themselves were mundane, the transaction was revolutionary—they were bought with 10,000 bitcoins, worth roughly $41 at the time. Since then it has become blockchain’s pretty much only holiday.
Crypto community celebrates Bitcoin Pizza Day
Meme turns into blockchain’s only real holiday, and crypto Twitter is here for it
On May 22, 2010, two pizza pies were bought by a person named Laszlo Hanyecz through a bitcoin forum. While the pies themselves were mundane, the transaction was revolutionary—they were bought with 10,000 bitcoins, worth roughly $41 at the time. Now that one purchase gages the health of the entire $258 billion cryptocurrency market. Even the some of the biggest cryptocurrency nuts probably couldn’t tell you if the bitcoin whitepaper came out in 2008 or 2009 (it was January 3, 2009). But while even fewer can tell you the day that Ethereum launched (July 30, 2015),many in blockchain can list May 22 as blockchain’s pretty much only holiday. Bitcoin Pizza…