The tenth anniversary of Bitcoin Pizza Day is approaching and in our central news this issue we will summarize a little what this event is about.

The Bitcoin Pizza Day is coming

This event is very important within the crypto community. The “Bitcoin Pizza Day” is celebrated on May 22nd. This event occurred 10 years ago when Laszlo Hanyecz posted in a forum that he would pay 10,000 bitcoins for a couple of pizzas.

The offer was viewed as a joke by forum users, as Bitcoin was at a minimum at the time and was not considered a real currency. This made the exchange in the forum felt unfair since Hanyecz would get two pizzas practically free of charge.

It wasn’t that bitcoins were worth anything at the time, so the idea of ​​trading them for pizza was incredibly cool.

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“I’m willing to pay 10,000 bitcoins for a couple of pizzas. Maybe they’re two big ones so they have leftovers for the next day. I like having pizza left over to eat later. You can make the pizza yourself and bring it to my home or order from a delivery, but I’m really looking for a food exchange in exchange for bitcoins that I don’t have to order or prepare myself, something like ordering a plate of breakfast in a hotel either way, they just bring you something to eat and you’re happy! “

Years later, Hanyecz has become an important figure in the history of the blockchain ecosystem and also a promoter of Bitcoin as a payment currency.

Hanyecz has been looking for new technologies to improve the exchange of cryptocurrencies for products and to be used more and more in different locations.

At Burger King Caracas you can pay for your hamburger with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies

As a result of the commercial interruption due to the corona virus, companies and companies were forced to introduce new modalities in order to continue offering their products and services to customers and thus to generate income.

This is the case with Burger King Caracas, Venezuela. That opened its fast food services in the country through delivery. In addition, they indicated that they can pay with cryptocurrencies if they don’t have fiat money.

EOS files a complaint about a violation of the Securities Act

On May 18, there was a complaint against block.one for violating the Securities Act. In which investors try to recover funds that were invested in the original coin offering for EOS. In this context, the plaintiffs’ attorneys are trying to raise more than $ 200 million.

However, during the EOS pre-sales round, investors in the United States were warned not to participate in the fundraising round.

5,000 pesos banknote in Argentina corresponds to 0.0039 BTC

Argentina is in an economic crisis that is associated with a possible default. The country’s inflation appears to be uncontrolled. In this context, the possibility of issuing a 5,000 Argentine peso bill of BTC 0.0039 is widespread in the country’s major digital media.

The country’s largest banknote is currently 1,000 pesos, which, according to the official amendment, equates to USD 14. Even official sources have not confirmed the exhibition. However, the image of the ticket is already in circulation on digital platforms in the country.

The ripple is growing strongly in Singapore

Thanks to the trust of Curis Wang, Ripple has grown strongly in Singapore. The exchange platform uses Ripple as the hub of their platform. It is used for all inexpensive cross-border transactions.

Bitrue, CEO of Curis Wang, is confident that this quality is attractive to draw the attention of users around the world. He also assured Ripple is a perfect asset to drive the growth of this platform.


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