Once upon a time in 2010, a historic transaction took place that would forver change the world of crypto currencies.

10,000 BTC

On May 22, 2010, Laszlo Hanyecz, an early adopter of Bitcoin, made a groundbreaking decision.

He posted on a Bitcoin forum offering 10,000 BTC to anyone who would offer him two pizzas.

The Bitcointalk forum buzzed with excitement as users eagerly followed the pizza transaction.

Jeremy Sturdivant took notice and filled the order, and soon two large pizzas from Papa John's were delivered to Hanyecz.

This became the world's first documented commercial transaction using Bitcoin, marking an important  milestone for the adoption of cryptocurrency.

In the years that followed, the popularity of Bitcoin grew, and more businesses recognised its potential.

Today, not only bitcoin but various cryptocurrencies have expanded to numerous institutions in various industries.

As we reflect on Bitcoin Pizza Day, we see how a seemingly simple transaction laid the foundation for a global phenomenon.

Bitcoin's value has skyrockected over the years, creating millionaires, revolutionising industries, and challenging traditional financial systems.

Ultimately, Bitcoin Pizza Day is a reminder of innovation, community, and the boundless possibilities that lie ahead.

Here's toasting to a future of delicious pizza and embracing technological advancements!