Amazon sells Bitcoins now!

34¢/ea.

Everyone I have handed one of these to has been disappointed to discover that they are not chocolate.

But would you really want that? Because, since it's Bitcoin, it would be the whitest of white chocolate.

And also mostly wax.

But if you and I agree that it's chocolate, then it is chocolate, and that's all that matters, right?

That's how this works, right?

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15 Responses:

  1. Andrew says:

    You can't make Bitcoin out of chocolate, because then it would have inherent value

  2. David Hoover says:

    Money you can use when playing poker or surfing for pron

    I have no idea how I'm supposed to use these while surfing for pron, and it's making me wonder what I've been missing all these years.

  3. Amy says:

    34¢/ea.

    Or, if you prefer, approximately 42,290 satoshis.

  4. David Konerding says:

    I am told this is known, within the community as "Nakamoto Gelt" and can be traded for asshats (the kind you wear).

  5. thielges says:

    If these were made of metal they would be dangerous around the especially gullible.

    “Pssst. I got some bitcoin that I need to unload quickly. They’re worth $8000 each but I’ll give you a great deal: $1000. Go ahead and check that exchange rate out. I’ll wait. Oh you don’t have a thou in your wallet. That puts me in a bind but since you got me over a barrel I’ll sell you a bitcoin for whatever your ATM allows you to withdraw “.

  6. James says:

    Warning extremely off topic.

    Jamie, I know in the 80s you would have had no time for this, but have a look at this Viacom tweet. Back then, wouldn't have it been slightly above average? And now, so many decades later, doesn't it bode good tidings for the future of humanity?

  7. satisfied customer says:

    As soon as I saw the picture, I immediately thought "chocolate." Then I read the text and was very pleased to see the word "chocolate." Several times! I like chocolate, and while virtual chocolate on the internet is a poor substitute for the real thing, I still rate this post A++ would consume again, although I'm pretty sure I have no idea why. But I did it all in my web browser. Thanks, JWZ!

  8. robert_ says:

    So much for using bitcoin arbitrage to make my fortune.

  9. Nia Psaka says:

    All currencies suffer inflation in the end.

  10. Cool Charac says:

    Don't tell me you actually insert these things into Bitcoin ATMs...
    I'm surprised that it only costs $19.88. People can buy in Amazon's stock for these things.

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