Laszlo Hanyecz bought 2 pizzas in 2010 for 10,000 BTC, $40 at the time, and unwittingly created the Pizza Day that all Bitcoiners celebrate.
And more and more traditional media are echoing this news. And no wonder, considering the growing value of Bitcoin. And that every year, despite its ups and downs, whenever it is compared to that date, it seems like a bad buy.
But Laszlo Hanyecz says he doesn’t regret what he did at all. But no matter how much he denies it, seeing that those 10,000 Bitcoins would now be worth more than $290 million, it’s hard to believe that he doesn’t regret it a little.
Can you imagine celebrating Jamon Day in a few years’ time?
Cryptocurrency prices fluctuate, there are periods when it seems that they will never stop rising. And others, for reasons often unrelated to the project, such as a bear market, cause their value to fall against the dollar.
But the amount of cryptocurrencies or tokens you have is always the same.
Would you buy hams (real, eatable hams) with your JAMON tokens right now? Would you regret it if in a few years the value of the JAMON token goes up a lot?
We intend to grow the JamonSwap project, and we hope that our tokens will have more and more value, but not against the dollar, but as a native token of the project.
We are also celebrating Pizza Day at the moment.
You can participate and win up to 150$ in Bitcoin.
All you have to do is take a picture with your ham pizza, share it on Twitter and Instagram and tag 3 friends.
Here are the rules to participate:
- Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/JamonSwap) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/jamonswap).
- Upload a photo of your favourite ham pizza and tag us.
- Tag 3 friends on Twitter and Instagram.