Some Odd and not so Odd things, you can buy with bitcoins

Fake IDs.
Yes, those forged name and birth date wallet stuffers that get people younger than 21 into 21 and over clubs and drinking holes. Kids are buying them in bitcoins from sites like, where you can nab a premium-quality counterfeit New York “license” for $75 in Bitcoin. That’s about *0.1707 of a Bitcoin, according to current exchange rates. Buyer beware, ReallyGoodFakes’ Bitcoin special ends today. (We’re completely okay with that.)

An $11 million triple-decker yacht.
If you happen to have 25,060 BTC to spare, you could seriously boost your Bitcoin-millionaire game by springing for a 120-foot tri-deck deluxe yacht from BitPremier, the luxury Bitcoin online marketplace founded a year ago by GE Capital VP Alan Silbert (SecondMarket CEO Barry Silbert’s brother).

The bad news is you will have to wait to lay down your bitcoins for this massive boat. The mega-ocean cruiser is still in the shipyard getting pimped out with fancy new gear, which, if you’re Bitcoin rich enough to become the ship’s captain, you could customize “to your own tastes.”

Subway Sandwiches:
Sapan Shah, a 24-year-old graduate student at Lehigh University, has created a tourist attraction of sorts for bitcoin enthusiasts. Since he began accepting the digital currency at his Allentown, Pa., Subway franchise two weeks ago, bitcoin fans have been coming from out of state to visit his sandwich shop. Subway did not endorse his decision to accept bitcoins, said Shah, who uses a tablet application to convert payments to U.S. dollars. “This was just my idea, and [Subway] encourages operators to have innovative ideas,” he added.

Tickets to space.
Billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic space flight company willswap your BTC for a roundtrip ticket to the great beyond. For $250,000, or about 566 BTC, you could join celebs like Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brangelina and rocket into space as early as the end of this year. The heavy cryptocurrency investingWinklevoss twins recently scored their Virgin Galactic tickets in Bitcoin, because of course they would.

A first-generation Apple Macintosh computer.
One of Steve Jobs’ original beige plastic-encased desktop wonders that revolutionized personal computing — 1984’s Macintosh 128K — could be yours for 300 BTC (about $131,900!). The world’s first Mac, which originally sold for $2,495, comes with a 9-inch monitor hard-drive hybrid unit, a chunky keyboard, a rectangular mouse, an original Apple-issue handled fabric carrying case, plus some super nerdy bragging rights. The 30-year-old piece of history isn’t the first Apple Macintosh unit ever made, but it is one of the first of its kind. Pretty cool, right?

One-third of an Indonesian island. 
For just over $10 million (or 22,672 BTC), you could claim 32 lush, paradisiacal hectares of southwest Lombok. That’s a third, give or take a breezy palm tree or two, of the Indonesian island. With 18 plots of land, you could build your own white sand beachfront Bitcoin empire or a scuba diving vacation escape. The choice is yours, future Bitcoin land baron, if you can afford it.

Ancient wooly mammoth tusks.
Stuck in an interior decorating rut? How about a pair of elephant Mammuthus primigenius tusks to spruce up your drab pad? Yes, real wooly mammoth tusks are being offered up by dealer Richard Marcus of Vancouver. But you’d better have plenty of BTC (approximately $175,000 worth) for the set and plenty of room to display them. Both curved, grooved tusks weighs in at about 120 pounds each. One is 8-and-a-half-feet long and the other 9-and-a-half-feet long.


Apartment rentals in Lithuania
If you’re looking for an apartment in the largest of the Baltic states (fun fact!) then this might be your place… or maybe it’s not… it’s probably not.
What looks like sexy Asian ladies soon turns into sexy Asian lady faces on young boy bodies. If that’s your thing and you have the Bitcoins to afford it, enjoy!

A rock & roll shaman
Her credentials include the Laughing Rainbow Mystery School — great to know — and under “What I Do” she includes “Mediumship — yes, I see dead people”. If I had Bitcoins this is the first place I’d use them.

Dental services in the UK
They’re modern in that they accept Bitcoin and have a live dental Twitter feed on their page, but then they include a link to Wikipedia’s definition of “dentistry” at the bottom.

A windshield Replacement site in Utah
This place is literally called A Windshield Replacement. Examples of awkward sentence structure on their website include:

“70% of the Windshields and Auto Glass parts installed by A Windshield Replacement are made in the United States of America.”

“Here at A Windshield Replacement your satisfaction and safety is our primary concern.”

“A Windshield Replacement can handle all of your automotive glass needs.”

But better than the strange name is the homepage photo. It’s kind of exactly what you’d picture from a windshield repair website from Salt Lake City that accepts Bitcoins. It’s five blond kids (one shirtless) and their parents holding up a sign for their repair service. One kid holding a pink cup looks mad as hell to be there, and the kid next to him is picking his nose.

A 14-foot, floating inflatable iceberg, 10.42 BTC.

Made by Rave Sports, this 14-foot-tall inflatable iceberg is a climbing wall and a water slide in one. Pool not included. Available onOverstock (along with hundreds of other strange products).




A Barrett 82A1 Powerhouse Rifle, 14.74 BTC.

As the first and only semi-automatic .50 caliber rifle available, the Model 82A1 continues to blaze new territory. You can buy a used one with bitcoin at



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