Bitcoin’s price soared to an all-time high of over $2,000 on Tuesday, as the cryptocurrency surged amid a crackdown by the U.S. government on online drug markets.
The price of a Bitcoin has risen by about 30% in the past month, from $6,300 on Monday to more than $9,000 at press time.
The surge has been fueled by concerns over a rise in the supply of Bitcoins as more people attempt to buy the virtual currency to buy goods and services, according to Bitcoin exchange Mt.
Bitcoin prices have risen in a variety of ways in recent years, but the rise in price of the cryptocurrency has been the biggest.
The virtual currency has been touted as the answer to the increasing demand for illegal goods and drugs that have come out of China.
But it’s also been accused of facilitating the illegal trade in drugs.
There is no shortage of ways for people to buy and sell the virtual currencies.
It is a highly decentralized network, meaning it is impossible to create a transaction without someone else participating.
People have created their own websites and apps to accept the virtual coin, but most of the virtual goods are sold through online black market sites.
That has made the virtual market vulnerable to criminals and other criminals.
Gox said its services were unavailable to customers until Wednesday.
The Bitcoin price is expected to increase even more as the U