When will the big leagues accept bitcoins?

As of Thursday morning, the price of bitcoin has increased more than 10,000% since the start of the year, with some investors claiming the digital currency could be the future of commerce.

The rise in price has been driven by a number of factors, including a surge in interest in the digital asset, as well as a surge of interest in bitcoin itself.

The price of Bitcoin has increased in recent weeks, as more investors have started buying and holding.

On Thursday, the cryptocurrency was trading for about $10,500 per coin.

The digital currency is based on blockchain technology that is designed to keep track of every transaction made on the blockchain.

Its value is based entirely on how many transactions are made each day, with transactions making up just a fraction of the total number of transactions.

The bitcoin network, however, is still mostly run by a small number of individuals who are paid through mining, which is the process of creating new bitcoins.

That process creates new bitcoins, which are then used to buy goods and services online.

The average Bitcoin transaction is about 2 cents, or $0.01.

The cryptocurrency has grown by more than 50% in value since the beginning of 2017.

The cryptocurrency’s value has surged in recent months, and investors have made a number out of the digital coin.

Bitcoin prices rose more than 1,200% in April, with the currency trading for $2,788.

In September, the digital money was worth about $5,700.

In January, the currency was worth $4,100.

The total value of all bitcoin is currently estimated to be worth around $10.5 trillion.

This article has been updated to include more information about the surge in bitcoin prices.