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Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home submitted by Coinwerm to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home submitted by sexyama to crypto_currency [link] [comments]

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home

Kristoffer Koch brought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 as part of his university thesis on encryption - 4 years later it was used to buy his first home submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

TIL of a Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 and forgot about them for four years when they were worth just under $1 million.

TIL of a Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 and forgot about them for four years when they were worth just under $1 million. submitted by redditpirateroberts to todayilearned [link] [comments]

TIL of a Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 and forgot about them for four years when they were worth just under $1 million. - todayilearned

TIL of a Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of Bitcoin in 2009 and forgot about them for four years when they were worth just under $1 million. - todayilearned submitted by Know_Your_Shit to knowyourshit [link] [comments]

Selling 24.27$ worth of bitcoin for 20$ paypal. /r/Bitcoin

Selling 24.27$ worth of bitcoin for 20$ paypal. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

$27 Worth Of Bitcoins In 2009 Cashed In For $886K

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A man buys 27$ worth of bitcoins and forgets about it.

Still doesn't remember
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A man once bought $27 worth of bitcoins in 315 BC and discovered them in his fedora yesterday to be worth $420 trillion. The man's name? Albert Einstein.

He could now afford to buy wealthy Oslo.
EDIT: Obligatory front page edit!
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Man bought $27 of bitcoins in 2009 and they’re now worth $980k

A Norwegian man who bought $27 worth of bitcoins in 2009 and forgot about them discovered their value had since shot up – to $980,000 at today’s price.
Kristoffer Koch decided to buy 5,000 bitcoins for only 150 Norwegian kroner ($26.60) in 2009, after discovering bitcoin as part of an encryption thesis he was working on.
Koch probably didn’t think he would become wealthy as a result, but his 5,000 BTC has turned into a goldmine. It was a wise investment by someone who stumbled across bitcoin before many others did.
Koch found that his bitcoins were worth 5 million Norwegian kroner ($886,000) when he checked back in on them. At the current Bitcoin Price Index of $196, those coins are now worth about $980,000.
After purchasing the 5,000 bitcoins, Koch pretty much forgot about them altogether. That is, until the price shot up to over $200 back in April and he started seeing press coverage about bitcoin’s rise.
“I thought to myself, didn’t I have something like that?” Koch told NRK, a Norwegian news outlet.
He did, and after figuring out the password to his wallet and seeing how valuable those bitcoins had become, he sold off a portion of them. Now he has an apartment that he purchased in an expensive part of Oslo, Norway. All thanks to the huge price gain that bitcoin has experienced, mostly
in the past year.
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Kerala man allegedly buys $27,000 worth of ecstasy with Bitcoin

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Kerala man allegedly buys $27,000 worth of ecstasy with Bitcoin (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Kerala man allegedly buys $27,000 worth of ecstasy with Bitcoin (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

07-27 20:55 - 'Just bought $20 worth and $10 of ETH' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/TheRollingDude7 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3-13min

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Just bought $20 worth and $10 of ETH
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Can anyone trade BTC for cashapp right now?

I have about $27 worth of bitcoin... I’d take $25 for it
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Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k | Technology

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k | Technology submitted by xezirone to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k. Bought in 2009, currency's rise in value saw small investment turn into enough to buy an apartment in a wealthy area of Oslo.

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11-27 19:33 - '50M$ worth of Ethereum stolen from Upbit Crypto Exchange' (youtu.be) by /u/otrading removed from /r/Bitcoin within 15-25min

50M$ worth of Ethereum stolen from Upbit Crypto Exchange
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I've taken on a part-time community support position with ChangeTip

Quick history

Like many of you, I first heard about bitcoin years ago, but didn't get involved due to difficulty procuring any actual bitcoin. As time went on, bitcoin kept popping onto my radar. The April '13 bubble, the Silk Road bust, the guy who bought $27 worth of bitcoin in '09, only to forget about it until its value appreciated to $886k, the guy who threw away a hard drive containing $7.5 million worth of bitcoin. And of course, people tipping bitcoin across reddit via bitcointip.
This seemed like something I needed to know more about, so I subbed to /bitcoin to start reading more. That was September '13, right at the onset of the December '13 bubble. It was also at the height of the Edward Snowden story, so bitcoin overlapped well with my interest in privacy and encryption. It didn't take long for me to be consumed by the technology's potential.
I began making Moronic Monday threads every week for the past year. Huge thanks to all the askers and answerers! As I've said in the past, the most rewarding thing about answering questions about bitcoin is to see people reach a point where they can start answering questions too.
Back then, I had been experimenting with bitcointip and was left wanting more. Enter changetip. I signed up about a year ago and was quite impressed, even though it was still pretty rough around the edges. I made countless feature requests and bug reports to help improve the service, and was invited to help moderate the /changetip sub soon after.
A couple months later, I applied to help moderate /bitcoin. With a good deal of patience and guidance from other mods, I've grown to be rather effective over the past year.
Here's a rough breakdown of the 15,000+ mod actions I've made on /bitcoin in the past six months:
ban user unban user remove post approve post remove comment approve comment
85 25 5810 1715 3045 4644
Overall I would say that helping to moderate /bitcoin has been very rewarding. My goal from the beginning has been to try and raise the level of civil discourse around here, and while success is certainly debatable, I like to think I've made a positive impact. It's been stressful at times, but I've made some good friends and had countless discussions with some really brilliant people which has made it a worthwhile experience.

Get to the point already...

I was passing through San Francisco back in January and took the opportunity to spend the day with the ChangeTip team. We really clicked and I made several new friends. They struck me as being very knowledgeable, determined, and extremely passionate about driving bitcoin adoption. We talked at length about the difficulties that new users have with getting their first bitcoin, and what changetip can do to help.
I was recently approached by ChangeTip with an offer to formalize our relationship. The team has been working very hard since I've known them and have experienced substantial growth. This has resulted in their support channels being a little overwhelmed at times, and they're looking for a few people who are familiar with the service to help write documentation and assist with support issues. This includes consolidating user feedback to help make a better service for their users.
Shortly after receiving the offer, I opened a discussion with my fellow mods to determine whether or not they felt my acceptance of the position would be an insurmountable conflict of interest with my mod duties. The mods were supportive of the news and assured me that several mods review logs to watch what other mods are doing, and they will inform me if they feel that I'm acting in a biased manner. I always strive to maintain objectivity, so this point is important for me. In the past, I have asked other mods to moderate threads where I felt that I was too closely involved to make proper judgements, so I believe my ability to remain objective speaks for itself. Therefore, I'm confident that my impartiality will remain largely unaffected by taking on a role with ChangeTip.
We finalized our arrangement last week. My highest priority upon accepting this position has been to write this announcement to notify everyone of my new role. That includes putting together a few tipping stats to share with you because we've all been very eager to see how things have been going. Other priorities include getting up to speed with ChangeTip's support backend, familiarizing myself with tipping on other platforms to better assist users, and helping to write documentation about the service's features. Beyond that, I'm hoping we will implement a forum or chatroom at the main changetip site where users from all the different platforms can come together to help each other out and have a good time.

Stats

Since January 1st 2014, ChangeTip has attracted ~75,000 users who have connected ~120,000 social accounts. These users have sent ~225,000 tips, of which ~73% were collected. The total cumulative USD value of tips sent is ~$250,000 and ~$190,000 was collected, leaving ~$60,000 in tips refunded to the original sender. The average tip amount across all platforms is has fallen to ~$0.91, while the average tip amount on reddit is only ~$0.37... we can do better!
My Excel-fu isn't the greatest, but I've managed to cobble together some charts, hopefully without errors. Please keep in mind that I'm not a data analyst.
This chart shows the growth in the number of users, social accounts, and tips over the past year.
Cumulative User & Tip Growth
This one shows four different ways of looking at the total tipping volume over the past year. The left axis is for USD and the right axis is for BTC.
Cumulative Tip Volume
This last chart is interesting to me, but I'm not sure what we can glean from it. It shows the USD and BTC amounts tipped per day on a log scale. I interpret it as showing that 1) tip volume decreases when the price of bitcoin decreases, and 2) the divergence of the two lines indicates that the btc amount of tips has continued to grow, the usd amount of those tips has decreased due to the sustained bear market. For example, when 1000 bits were tipped one year ago, they were worth $.55, but today that same tip is only worth $.25... Maybe I can visualize this in Excel with some more time, but it's not a high priority right now.
Daily Tip Volume

In closing...

I'm very grateful that the folks at ChangeTip have given me this opportunity, and I'm excited to be a part of such a driving force for bitcoin adoption. The platform has proven to be a simple, low-risk way to introduce people to their first bits, which is why I believe the ChangeTip community will continue to raise awareness for bitcoin across social media. Furthermore, I've been seeing the success of changetip when pitted head to head against PayPal over in /millionairemakers and it reinforces my belief that ChangeTip has a good chance at becoming a major player in online remittance.
TL;DR: I'm now working for ChangeTip part-time. I will continue to help moderate as usual, but will defer most tip-related mod actions to my fellow mods except for the most obvious cases. The only difference you might notice is that I won't be tipping as much, but I will be working very hard to help provide the most enjoyable user experience possible.
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"Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k. Bought in 2009, currency's rise in value saw small investment turn into enough to buy an apartment in a wealthy area of Oslo." - /r/worldnews (+3659) [October 30, 2013]

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Man forgets he bought $27 of Bitcoin, finds out it's now worth $886k

Man forgets he bought $27 of Bitcoin, finds out it's now worth $886k submitted by olliec420 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[Article from 2013 - the guy bought 5,000 Bitcoin] This man bought $27 of bitcoins in 2009 and they’re now worth $980,000

[Article from 2013 - the guy bought 5,000 Bitcoin] This man bought $27 of bitcoins in 2009 and they’re now worth $980,000 submitted by patriceac to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k (euh .. that was in 2013 .. now they would be worth $12.500.000 !)

Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they're now worth $886k (euh .. that was in 2013 .. now they would be worth $12.500.000 !) https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/dec/09/bitcoin-forgotten-currency-norway-oslo-home
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