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On May 22nd 2010 Laszlo Hanyecz got the munchies, but little did he know he would change Bitcoin history. By making the first ever Bitcoin transaction for a physical object, he bought two large Pizzas with 10,000 Bitcoin, estimated at around $41 at the time.
Times have changed and who would have thought we would be seeing Art inspired by this iconic day.
The first piece in the Bitcoin Pizza series, this multi-layer laser cut pizza can remind you every day of how far Bitcoin has come, or give you the munchies. Just try not to spend 10k Bitcoin on pizza, unless that pizza is very large and made of gold. However this pizza might be the closest you can get. Created from 7 layers of laser cut baltic birch, tediously hand painted and gold leafed, and maybe made with a little love, just like a good pizza should be. But don't chip a tooth on these gold plated bitcoin pepperoni. Grab a slice and or the whole pie, just don't let this unique art piece pass you by.
This Lot Includes:
- Dimensions: 20 x 20 x 0.5 in.
- Weight: 4 lbs 8 oz
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