In the past few months, Canadians have been using virtual currencies to buy and sell goods and services online.
They have also been using them to invest in real-world investments.
Now, a new bitcoin exchange is launching in Canada.
The company, called Ebit, is based in Toronto and has raised more than $100 million from a number of well-known investors.
The group includes Canadian entrepreneur and former Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
The new company is based on the Bitcoin protocol, but it has some differences.
Ebit’s CEO, Andrew Wilson, says the company is still working out the details, but the company hopes to launch in 2018.
“We’re excited about where we’re at,” he said.
“It’s definitely a new frontier for Canadian bitcoin.
We’re going to be using this to make money, but we’re also going to use this to help people in the community.”
The company plans to offer a range of products, including an online marketplace where people can buy and exchange digital currency.
In addition, Ebit is working with several local Bitcoin clubs to provide a platform for people to meet and interact.
The business plan is a little different from many other Bitcoin companies in Canada, which focus on providing online platforms for trading bitcoins.
The main difference is that Ebit wants to offer something for everyone.
The idea is that people will be able to buy, sell and exchange bitcoins in the same way they would a bank account.
Wilson says Ebit will have a “simple user interface” and will be a hub for all bitcoin transactions.
The exchange will be backed by Canadian bitcoin companies and institutions, including Bitfinex, BitPay and Coinbase.
EinBit, which is based outside of Toronto, aims to compete with a number toymakers and retailers that offer online storefronts for buying and selling virtual currency.
EBIT is based out of the Toronto office of blockchain technology firm Blockstack, which Wilson co-founded in 2015.
It has raised about $2.2 million to date, mostly from investors.