Bitcoin Pizza Day 2020

On May 22nd 2010, someone spent 10,000 Bitcoin (BTC) to purchase two pizzas. This historic first-real-life-usage-of-bitcoin has since been celebrated as “Bitcoin Pizza Day” and here in Keene we celebrated Bitcoin Pizza Day for the fourth year in a row at Little Zoe’s Pizza in Keene. Little Zoe’s has been accepting cryptocurrencies for years and the weather was perfect for a gathering of those who not only were interested in crypto, but also willing to potentially violate “HIS EXCELLENCY” Chris Sununu’s “executive orders”.

As has been the case for years in Keene, more than several crypto-enthusiasts gathered for Bitcoin Pizza Day, though one did have a mask.

We continue regular meetups, every six days. The next one is Wednesday at 4pm at Thirsty Owl whose porch is so popular, reservations are recommended. So, if you plan to attend, please make sure to RSVP.

Bitcoin Pizza Day 2020 at Little Zoe's in Keene

Bitcoin Pizza Day 2020 at Little Zoe’s in Keene

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  1. More than several people? I count eight. Did you harass the guy wearing the mask?

  2. You have a whole freezer full of popsicles, don’t you Jumping Jacks?

  3. Jacks I think you are confused. Several merely means more than two but not many. 8 is far far greater than 2. The guy in the mask is a nice guy. He’s never listened to the state authorities and there is no reason not to be the decenter in a group particularly if you disagree about the assessment of the situation. Your just buying into the politics if you believe either side.

  4. kk – Sorry, you can’t justify this one. As you can see, a number of sites are going to be opening in June. Non essential places will remain closed.

  5. What do you consider a non-essential job, Jumping Jacks? I’ll bet yours isn’t on that list, now is it chicken-fucker?

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