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Alex Jones Rejects a Bitcoin Donation Now Worth Over $300 Million


In 2010, Alex Jones, the controversial radio host and founder of Infowars, made a decision that would have made him a multi-millionaire today. He refused a 10,000 bitcoin gift from a listener.

At the time, the value of bitcoin was only a few cents, so the gift was worth a mere $100. But today, that same 10,000 bitcoin would be worth an astonishing $303,120,000.

It’s easy to look back and think of what could have been, but it’s important to remember that Alex Jones made the right decision at the time. Bitcoin was still a relatively unknown and untested currency, and it was impossible to know if it would ever become valuable.

In fact, many people were skeptical of bitcoin and thought it was a scam. So, it’s understandable why Alex Jones would have been hesitant to accept the gift.

But, it’s still amazing to think about how much money he could have made if he had taken the risk. It’s a reminder that sometimes taking a risk can pay off in a big way.

At the same time, it’s also a reminder that it’s important to be careful when investing in new and untested technologies. It’s impossible to know what the future holds, and it’s important to be aware of the risks involved.

Alex Jones’ decision to refuse the 10,000 bitcoin gift in 2010 is a fascinating story that serves as a reminder of the power of taking risks and the importance of being careful when investing in new technologies.

45 thoughts on “Alex Jones Rejects a Bitcoin Donation Now Worth Over $300 Million”

  1. One guy spent 10,000 BTC on Pizzas and this guy refused a 10,000 BTC gift and I wasn’t lucky enough to know about Bitcoin in the early days.

    It’s incredible how they knew so early about Bitcoin

  2. There’s a similar story about a singer called Lily Allen (her brother is Theon in Game of Thrones) she was once offered 100,000 BTC in 2009 to do a gig but refused the offer.

  3. He would have never HODL it for so long. He’d sold it a long time ago like 95% of us here, let’s not kid ourselves. It’s like the pizza guy story. Should have, would have, etc.

  4. I could never understand this. If someone offers you something for free and there’s no expectation of you to make any form of payment, TAKE IT.

    You have nothing to lose.

  5. All of you have hindsight bias, and it’s pathetic that you don’t realize that. 99% of you would have made the same thing as Dumdum Jones. Setting up wallets back then, when there was barely any info about bitcoin, plus the stratospherically low price of each coin, all that would have made you go “nah, why even bother, this thing is worthless”.

  6. I might get downvoted to hell, but chemicals in water turning frogs gay isn’t a conspiracy. It’s actually happening, and there are some studies suspecting of negative effects on the human hormonal system as well.

  7. > Alex Jones could figure out how to set up a wallet and his lack of trying led to Max Keiser calling him and idiot and refusing to do an interview with him as well as not giving him the 10,000 btc.

    Ignorance and stupidity is expensive.

  8. The story about gay frogs is true, and SH was CIA op at least, you should watch few documentaries about it. Seems like you’re one of them thinking mainstream media is truthful. Can I guess, you vaccinated yourself against Covid?


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