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Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin was spotted in Bengaluru on the eighth anniversary of the cryptocurrency. The decentralised blockchain was introduced on July 30 in 2015. Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal took to X (formerly Twitter) to share images of Buterin enjoying ghevar and masala dosa. The post mentioned that the Indian sweet ghevar was the ‘crypto birthday cake’.
Extending birthday wishes to the world’s second largest crypto, Sandeep Nailwal said that Buterin’s visit also included a bit of “Bharat Darshanam”.
The post was captioned, “Celebrating Ethereum’s eighth birthday with Vitalik with Indian ‘Ghevar’ as cake in Bengaluru.” Ghevar is a Rajasthani disc-shaped sweet made with flour, ghee, and milk, soaked in sugar syrup.
Extending birthday wishes to the world’s second largest crypto, Nailwal said that Buterin’s visit also included a bit of “Bharat Darshanam”. The founder of CrytoRelief wrote, “Happy Birthday Ethereum! Also getting Vitalik do a bit of Bharat Darshanam.”
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