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On 17 Mar 2023 VC @balajis made a public bet that the USD would hyperinflate within 90 days (15 Jun 2023) and one BTC would sell for 1M USD. The current difference between that target and the price now is USD -962,329.18.
Update 02 May 2023: the bet has been settled. The difference between the current price and 1M USD will remain here for posterity.
On 27 Jun 2014, investor Tim Draper paid approximately USD 600.00/coin for 29656.51306529 BTC seized from Silk Road.
Purchase price: USD 17.79M
Price now: USD 1.12B
Draper's win/loss: USD 1.10B
On 22nd May 2010, Bitcoin enthusiast Laszlo Hanyec bought a pizza for 10,000 bitcoins. More specifically, he sent the coins to someone else who purchased the pizza for him.
The Bitcoin pizza is currently worth USD 376,708,206.80 (376.71M).
See the @bitcoin_pizza Twitter account for up-to-date values!
On 7 Jun 2014, Andreas M. Antonopoulos offered a white Mini Cooper for sale for 14 BTC. At the time, the VWAP was USD 652.76, so the sales price (assuming it went through) was USD 9,138.64.
Today, the same car is worth USD 527,391.49.
(Source: @aantonop tweet.)
On 2 Aug 2016, the exchange Bitfinex announced they had suffered a security breach and that 119,756 BTC were stolen.
Current value of the stolen coins is USD 4,511,306,801.36 (4.51B).
The convicted drug dealer Clifton Collins hid the codes to 6,000 BTC in a fishing rod cap that was thrown away when he was in jail. The coins are now worth USD 226,024,924.08 (226.02M).