By Hannah Sparks
New York Post
In May 2010, California student Jeremy Sturdivant, then 19, noticed a bizarre request on a cryptocurrency Internet forum: He could receive 10,000 Bitcoins, at the time reportedly valued at $41, in exchange for the delivery of two large pizzas to Florida resident Laszlo Hanyecz, 28.
Sturdivant filled the order, sending him two large pizzas (cheese and “supreme”) from Papa John’s — a transaction that would become the first physical purchase made with Bitcoin in history, marked by the annual Bitcoin Pizza Day on May 22.
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