A new Bitcoin-centric currency is being floated to the mainstream.
The news has emerged from the US-based news site The Bitcoin Times, which reports that a Bitcoin is being created and offered for sale to customers as a form of payment.
It’s a concept that has been around for quite some time.
Last month, the Australian-based publication Bitcoin Talk reported that it had received a request from the government of the United States to create a Bitcoin exchange.
A spokesperson for the Department of Finance declined to comment on whether the department had considered creating its own currency.
However, the Department for Finance told The Australian Financial Review last month that it was considering using a form or technology that would allow it to make payments from the Bitcoin network without having to trust third parties.
The Australian dollar was the world’s most widely traded currency last year, but this is the first time the government has indicated that it may have a cryptocurrency.
The currency has also been on the rise in the past month, rising to its highest level since January 2018.
It has seen its value rise more than fivefold to around $8,000 by September 2018.
The US dollar has been on a sharp rise in recent weeks, with the US currency index hitting a record high of US$2,054.
Australia’s currency is also set to remain the world leader, as its rise has led to speculation that it could be replaced by a Canadian dollar.
In January 2018, the Bank of Canada also floated the possibility of a Bitcoin as a means of payment for its customers.
The Reserve Bank of Australia said at the time it was investigating the possibility, but it has since decided against it.
Bitcoin has seen a surge in popularity since it was introduced in 2011 by Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of the bitcoin protocol.
Bitcoin is now used by more than 200 countries and has been embraced by the tech industry.
The cryptocurrency has been gaining popularity as a way to bypass a large range of transaction costs and is also seen as an alternative to traditional bank accounts.
It is also being used by many in the developing world to fund their livelihoods.
However it has also seen its price rise as it has attracted many wealthy individuals and companies to its platform.
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