With a little experience you can customize your own transaction fees and potentially save yourself a significant amount of bitcoin over time. If you have an urgent payment need, you can also pick a fee likely to be confirmed within the next block or two, without overpaying.
These are my thoughts on planning high-value or long-term crypto storage in light of the new critical bugs discovered with the Ledger Nano devices and what they imply for hardware wallet security.
On this day in 2010 a programmer named Laszlo Hanyecz sold bitcoin to Jeremy Sturdivant (jercos) on IRC in exchange for two pizzas delivered to his Jacksonville, Florida home. The exchange cost Laszlo 10,000 BTC at the time! One bitcoin back then was worth less than one cent each.
If you are looking for safer storage of your crypto assets, Ledger has released a limited edition Pizza Day Nano S hardware wallet. Also, in late February, Laszlo repeated this experiment using the Bitcoin Lightning Network.
Looking to buy pizza with crypto? Coinmap.org may be your best bet to find a local restaurant. Otherwise, you can buy major chain gift cards on eGifter or Gyft. Finally, be generous to your servers with crypto anytime using BCTip.org or CryptoTip.org.