ATLANTA — Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that is becoming more widely adopted.
The digital currency, which was launched by a single person in 2008, has soared in value to about $11,600 on Thursday after hitting a record high of $11.4 million.
The value has now been driven up by a surge in interest in the currency.
The cryptocurrency’s meteoric rise in value has led to the creation of dozens of competing virtual currencies that are traded online, with more to come.
One of the biggest contenders is Airdrop, a decentralized virtual currency that allows users to swap virtual currencies in real time.
The currency, created in 2009 by the former COO of eBay, is backed by a decentralized network that uses a combination of miners and computers to create the virtual currency.
Airdrop was initially created for users of the eBay website, but is now widely used by businesses, universities, government agencies and others.
Airdrop was launched in March 2009.
It has since gained more than 500 million users worldwide.
AirDrop is backed with a decentralized Bitcoin network, which has been built with the same computing power used by AirDrop, according to a statement on AirDrop’s website.
Bitcoin was created in 2008 by an anonymous developer.
It’s a digital currency created by a group of programmers and cryptographers known as Satoshi Nakamoto, who first unveiled the concept to a small group of developers at the annual Satoshi Nakashima Symposium in 2009.
Bitcoin is a virtual currency created in a way that only a few people can control, and is designed to facilitate transactions through a peer-to-peer network.
Its value is driven by a large, decentralized network of computers, which are rewarded with Bitcoins, which have a fixed supply.
Bitcoins are created by creating a digital signature that creates a new digital asset called a “block” that is then digitally signed by the network of computer miners.
The new asset is then sent to the Bitcoin network to be created and added to the block chain.
Bitcoin has been the most widely adopted digital currency in recent years.
In November, the Bitcoin Foundation reported that it was the world’s third-largest cryptocurrency with a market capitalization of more than $2.6 trillion, with the average value of a Bitcoin now valued at more than four times the average US household’s annual income.
Bitcoin and its digital currency have been used for transactions and transfers across a wide variety of businesses, including online retail, peer- to-peer lending and virtual goods platforms.
The rise in popularity of Bitcoin has led some businesses to accept it as payment.
The Washington Post recently reported that PayPal now accepts Bitcoin for processing payments in the US.
PayPal CEO Brad Garlinghouse told the Post that Bitcoin “can be used in a lot of areas where you don’t see a lot else in terms of payment technology.”
Bitcoin and AirDrop have gained a lot in popularity in recent months, thanks in part to the success of the now-famous Bitcoin.com marketplace.
Users have been able to trade Bitcoin and AirDrops for a variety of goods, including clothes, toys, electronics, computers, toys and even a home improvement store.
The virtual currency has been used to buy a new home, a haircut, an apartment and more.
It is also used to pay for other goods, like a new smartphone.
Bitcoin, which is now worth around $12,000, has also been gaining traction in Europe.
Bitcoin.co.uk, a Bitcoin forum run by the U.K.-based Bitcoin Foundation, reported in October that the price of a bitcoin has been rising steadily in Europe in recent weeks, reaching around €5,200 by mid-October.
The currency also recently surged in value, to around $15,000 on Thursday.
The price of AirDrop reached $1,200 on Thursday, according the website.
The move by Airdrop is a sign that many businesses are accepting Bitcoin, according Chris Gershon, a currency trader and founder of Coinapult, a marketplace for buying and selling virtual currencies.
Gershon says Bitcoin is not a mainstream currency, but that the Bitcoin.org platform has made it easier for companies to accept the currency, and that AirDrop is another example of this trend.
“There is a lot more interest in Bitcoin than there was even 10 years ago,” Gerslon told ABC News.
“People want to be able to pay with Bitcoin.”