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Today cryptocurrencies have become a global phenomenon known to most people. There are 1500+ cryptocurrencies around the world. And a new cryptocurrency can be created at any time. Nevertheless we still don’t have Armenian Cryptocurrencies. The current market value for cryptocurrencies is estimated to be $589 billion. There are about two dozen currencies which market cap is more than $1 billion.
In 2010 one developer offered 10k bitcoins if someone would arrange to have two pizzas delivered to him. The ingenious (and hungry) developer “laszlo” made a post on Bitcointalk.org with the simple request of “Pizza for bitcoins?”. A few days after the post, on May 22nd, 2010, the forum user “jercos” obliged, ordering a couple Papa John’s pizzas on a credit card and had them delivered to Laszlo. Using the exchange rates of that date, the 10k BTC was worth about $25 – a completely reasonable cost for the pizzas. However, using today’s exchange rates, those two pizzas were purchased for about $70M. This is the legend of Bitcoin Pizza Day.
Kristoffer Koch A Norwegian man who decided to buy 5,000 bitcoins for only 150 Norwegian kroner ($26.60) in 2009, and forgot about them. Koch probably didn't think he would become wealthy as a result, but his 5,000 BTC has turned into a goldmine. Than one day he discovered their value increase and they worth 5 million Norwegian kroner ($886,000) when he checked back in on them. At the current Bitcoin Price Index of $7000, those coins are now worth about $35M.
Erik Finnman in his 14th birthday during 2012 got $1,000 from his grandmother as a gift. At that time Bitcoin was creating a lot of online buzz. Finnman took a chance with it although many people thought it to be a scam. He invested the $1,000 from his birthday and bought Bitcoins.Then almost a year and half later he sold his Bitcoins for $100,000. He used the part of money to launch Botangle.com, a provider for online tutoring. Fineman sold his education company in January 2015 and was given a payment choice —$100,000 or 300 Bitcoins. Naturally, he took the Bitcoins.
James Howells has been mining bitcoins since 2009. At one point he had 7,500 Bitcoins. When sudden he spilled lemonade on his laptop which contained the wallet and the coins. To clean everything up he took the laptop apart and kept the hard drive in his drawer for almost 3 years. Later in the summer of 2013 he threw away that very hard drive along with other stuff while he was cleaning up his room. Well, 2013 turned out to be the year when Bitcoin reached the highest value. When Howells heard about the price he searched for a backup copy in all his storage devices. He couldn’t find any. At the rate back then he lost close to $9 millions.