The virtual currency bitcoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, but its value is measured in dollars, not the pound.
According to bitcoin price-visualizing service Bitcoin Price Visualizing, the virtual currency has a market cap of $20.9 billion, or just shy of the $30 billion in total market capitalization.
The market cap has doubled in the past year to reach $80 billion.
Bitcoin’s market cap is not the only thing that has doubled.
Bitcoin is the only currency that has experienced a rapid rise.
From 2008 to 2015, bitcoin prices increased by more than 2,400%.
The digital currency has become the most popular way for people to buy and sell goods and services online, especially in China.
This year, bitcoin has also surpassed the $1,000 mark.
Bitcoin is gaining popularity in countries with strong economies and high levels of digital literacy, such as India, South Korea and Brazil.
A growing number of people in these countries are looking to cash out their virtual currency and are using it to buy goods and other digital services online.
A study published by the Wall Street Journal found that bitcoin’s adoption in India has risen from 0.1% to 0.6% in three years.
The Bitcoin exchange market is booming in China and Brazil, which are the countries with the highest growth in bitcoin.
This is especially true in Brazil, where bitcoin is being used as a medium of exchange by some residents.
The country is the world’s largest producer of bitcoin.
It is estimated that the number of bitcoin users in Brazil will more than triple to more than 7.2 million by the end of 2018.
The world’s second-largest economy is also seeing an increase in bitcoin usage.
China’s digital currency boom, however, is not being spread across the globe as the bitcoin price has been rising worldwide.
It may be surprising to some, but the cryptocurrency is gaining more and more traction in the United States.
There, the digital currency is surging as well.
The price of a bitcoin is now $6,944.37, up about 1,000% from last year, according to bitcoin-price.com.
In the past week alone, bitcoin’s price has surged more than 500% from its low in May.
The digital currency’s rapid rise is fueling the popularity of the bitcoin stock market.
The bitcoin stock is gaining value, with a total market cap approaching $1.8 billion.
According the CoinDesk Bitcoin Tracker, bitcoin is currently trading at about $2,100.
In addition to the bitcoin market, the value of the other major digital currencies is also rising.
Ethereum, the cryptocurrency with the most market cap, is up about 30% over the past 12 months.
Ethereum is gaining about 20% over that same time period.
It was trading at $4,700 in February and is now up to $13,000.
Ethereum’s value has risen to nearly $30 million, according the CoinMarketCap website.
This trend is likely to continue.
A number of financial institutions have indicated that they are exploring options for acquiring bitcoin in order to invest in the virtual currencies.
For example, a bitcoin-based fund that could have a maximum of $2 million could be one way to invest, as a company can acquire the digital currencies on the open market.
As digital currencies gain more and longer-term adoption continues, it will be interesting to see how the price of bitcoins continues to rise.
The currency is already more valuable than a basket of gold and silver.
Bitcoin could easily become the second-most valuable currency in the world within a few years.