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In 2009 Lily Allen turned down 200,000 Bitcoin in return for playing a concert in Second Life - now they would be worth $1.8 BILLION

In 2009 Lily Allen turned down 200,000 Bitcoin in return for playing a concert in Second Life - now they would be worth $1.8 BILLION submitted by Coinwerm to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home submitted by Coinwerm to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home submitted by sexyama to crypto_currency [link] [comments]

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

In 2009 Lily Allen turned down 200,000 Bitcoin in return for playing a concert in Second Life - now they would be worth $1.8 BILLION

In 2009 Lily Allen turned down 200,000 Bitcoin in return for playing a concert in Second Life - now they would be worth $1.8 BILLION submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

Bitcoin was not created to be a store of value - why? Because this already exists, i.e., Gold, and like Bitcoin its market realized in 2009 that fiat is not worth the paper it’s printed on. Here is how people ran to the store of value in 2009. Why fix the store of value while fiats are the problem?

Bitcoin was not created to be a store of value - why? Because this already exists, i.e., Gold, and like Bitcoin its market realized in 2009 that fiat is not worth the paper it’s printed on. Here is how people ran to the store of value in 2009. Why fix the store of value while fiats are the problem? submitted by wisequote to btc [link] [comments]

@cz_binance: Imagine casually running a bitcoin (not even a word) wallet in 2009. It takes no more electricity than your browser, and mines 50 BTC. Worth 0 at the time. You don't even think about it. 11 years later, it's worth $500,000. You move it, and shakes the market. 😀

@cz_binance: Imagine casually running a bitcoin (not even a word) wallet in 2009. It takes no more electricity than your browser, and mines 50 BTC. Worth 0 at the time. You don't even think about it. 11 years later, it's worth $500,000. You move it, and shakes the market. 😀 submitted by rulesforrebels to BinanceTrading [link] [comments]

Lily Allen turned down 200K in Bitcoins for a gig in 2009 which is worth $1,426,199,000 as of this writing

Lily Allen turned down 200K in Bitcoins for a gig in 2009 which is worth $1,426,199,000 as of this writing submitted by Hync to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k. Bought in 2009, currency's rise in value saw small investment turn into enough to buy an apartment in a wealthy area of Oslo.

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2009-2029 is actually the accumulation phase... however congested or expensive Bitcoin gets in the meantime is immaterial and are going to be worth it to anyone who is buying into Bitcoin... people won’t start really spending their bitcoin day to day until 2030

These people who want immediate changes to the protocol rules don’t realize that 10 years is not that long of a time and we really need to gain more adoption and education before we make serious changes to the protocol.
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"Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k. Bought in 2009, currency's rise in value saw small investment turn into enough to buy an apartment in a wealthy area of Oslo." - /r/worldnews (+3659) [October 30, 2013]

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Man bought $27 of bitcoins in 2009 and they’re now worth $980k

A Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of bitcoins in 2009 and forgot about them discovered their value had since shot up – to $980,000 at today’s price.
Kristoffer Koch decided to buy 5,000 bitcoins for only 150 Norwegian kroner ($26.60) in 2009, after discovering bitcoin as part of an encryption thesis he was working on.
Koch probably didn’t think he would become wealthy as a result, but his 5,000 BTC has turned into a goldmine. It was a wise investment by someone who stumbled across bitcoin before many others did.
Koch found that his bitcoins were worth 5 million Norwegian kroner ($886,000) when he checked back in on them. At the current Bitcoin Price Index of $196, those coins are now worth about $980,000.
After purchasing the 5,000 bitcoins, Koch pretty much forgot about them altogether. That is, until the price shot up to over $200 back in April and he started seeing press coverage about bitcoin’s rise.
“I thought to myself, didn’t I have something like that?” Koch told NRK, a Norwegian news outlet.
He did, and after figuring out the password to his wallet and seeing how valuable those bitcoins had become, he sold off a portion of them. Now he has an apartment that he purchased in an expensive part of Oslo, Norway. All thanks to the huge price gain that bitcoin has experienced, mostly
in the past year.
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[Article from 2013 - the guy bought 5,000 Bitcoin] This man bought $27 of bitcoins in 2009 and they’re now worth $980,000

[Article from 2013 - the guy bought 5,000 Bitcoin] This man bought $27 of bitcoins in 2009 and they’re now worth $980,000 submitted by patriceac to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Norwegian man bought $24 worth of bitcoins in 2009 and forgot about it - discovers they are now worth $850k

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TIL of a Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 and forgot about them for four years when they were worth just under $1 million.

TIL of a Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 and forgot about them for four years when they were worth just under $1 million. submitted by redditpirateroberts to todayilearned [link] [comments]

TIL a man bought 5,000 Bitcoins in 2009 for £14 and forgot about them. Four years later they were worth $850,000, and he used some of the money to buy an apartment.

TIL a man bought 5,000 Bitcoins in 2009 for £14 and forgot about them. Four years later they were worth $850,000, and he used some of the money to buy an apartment. submitted by TheLadyEve to todayilearned [link] [comments]

British Singer Lily Allen Regrets Declining Bitcoin Payment in 2009 Now Worth Over $1 Billion

British Singer Lily Allen Regrets Declining Bitcoin Payment in 2009 Now Worth Over $1 Billion submitted by xByteme to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

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British Singer Lily Allen Regrets Declining Bitcoin Payment in 2009 Now Worth Over $1 Billion

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British Singer Lily Allen Regrets Declining Bitcoin Payment in 2009 Now Worth Over $1 Billion

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💰 British Singer Lily Allen Regrets Declining Bitcoin Payment in 2009 Now Worth Over $1 Billion

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British Singer Lily Allen Regrets Declining Bitcoin Payment in 2009 Now Worth Over $1 Billion

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