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Bitcoin pizza over again — supply driver reportedly cashes in on $400 BTC tip


“I let the pizza man select between $5 in fiat or BTC. For sure, he selected properly,” mentioned the Redditor.

A driver who held $5 in Bitcoin (BTC) as a tip for his pizza supply providers has reportedly resurfaced after seven years.

Based on a put up from Redditor btcbible, the Bitcoiner ordered a pizza on Dec. 28, 2013 and gave the supply driver two choices for his tip: a $5 invoice, or 0.0069 BTC on a paper pockets. The worth was roughly the identical on the time, given the value of the crypto asset was $774.

Nevertheless, the motive force reportedly contacted btcbible this week for assistance on getting the funds right into a sizzling pockets. With Bitcoin’s current rise to a brand new all-time excessive of greater than $58,000, the BTC is now price roughly $400, a rise of greater than 7,000% for the reason that pizza was delivered sizzling.

“I let the pizza man select between $5 in fiat or BTC,” mentioned btcbible. “For sure, he selected properly. I’ve responded with directions on find out how to import the personal key by way of Electrum.”

Supply: Reddit

The Redditor clarified that they had been “not Bitcoin wealthy,” having liquidated the vast majority of their funds final yr to purchase a house. The Redditor mentioned on the time that the motive force “had heard of bitcoin from the information and grasped the overall idea of it” however was “clearly nonetheless very new to it.”

The Reddit put up is a reminder of probably the most iconic tales within the crypto house from Bitcoin’s beginnings. The primary documented business buy utilizing BTC was an order for 2 pizzas in Could 2010, when a programmer paid 10,000 BTC — now price roughly $580 million — for a Bitcoin Discuss discussion board person to ship him two pies from a Papa John’s retailer in america.

The newest Reddit put up says that btcbible gave the supply driver 0.05 BTC, or roughly $2,900 on the time of publication. Cointelegraph reached out to the Redditor for remark, however didn’t obtain a reply.