% 1.28
BTC Dominance:
% 0.31
Market Cap:
$2.57 T
% 0.03
Fear & Greed:
75 / 100
$ 68.382
BTC Dominance:
% 52.7
Market Cap:
$2.57 T

Mysterious Bitcoin User Spent 64 Thousand Dollars!

Bitcoin User
An unidentified Bitcoin user added 9 megabytes of raw binary data to the Bitcoin blockchain at a cost exceeding $64,000. This event occurred around 11:20 UTC on January 6th, using more than 1 Bitcoin to create 332 opcodes.
However, the content of the data remains unresolved to this day. The encrypted data, believed to be encrypted, still maintains its mystery despite various decoding attempts, including efforts involving OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
The mysterious Bitcoin address is named “bc1pnp…zwd0th,” and the encrypted data contains English, Greek, and mathematical symbols.
Another interesting detail is that two of the 332 opcodes are marked with a digital pepperoni pizza. This symbolizes the two Papa John’s pepperoni pizzas purchased by Laszlo Hanyecz for 10,000 BTC on May 22, 2010.
The situation became even more intriguing on January 5th when 26.9 BTC worth $1.17 million was sent to Bitcoin’s Genesis wallet, sparking speculation about whether Satoshi Nakamoto made a transfer from Binance or if someone spent a significant amount of money.
Pro-XRP advocate Jeremy Hogan suggested that this action could be a tactic to reveal the anonymous creator of Bitcoin. However, there are criticisms that this theory may only be valid if Nakamoto is subject to US tax laws.

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