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Apr 20, 2020 Not available, possibly not open source. 2020 Runtime 32bit Apr 20, 2020 Not available, possibly not open source. 2020 Runtime 32bit Apr 20, 2020 Not available, possibly not open source. 2006 Runtime 32bit Apr 20, 2020 Not available, possibly not open source. Bitcoin is now the most popular digital currency in the world, surpassing even the ubiquitous dollar. The world's most popular digital currency now has an estimated $10 billion in value, according to CoinMarketCap.com, an online site that lists all bitcoin-related prices. That's up from $8.9 billion last week. Bitcoin's value on the site rose to nearly $1,000 per coin after the Japanese government's announcement of new bitcoin regulations on Monday, and fell back to about $966 after investors sought other digital currencies instead. The price of bitcoin remained below the $1,000 level after the US Securities and Exchange Commission said it would not regulate the currency, which is also known as a "crypto-currency," because it operates differently from traditional currencies. Some analysts have suggested that the SEC's decision to leave the currency alone is the result of the agency's months-long investigation into bitcoin, a digital currency that was created in 2009 by an unknown person or group using the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. It is designed to work differently than other currencies, such as dollars and euros, in that it is created by network participants. Bitcoin can be exchanged for other currencies online. The currency was the focus of a two-year investigation by the agency, which concluded that bitcoin is not regulated as a security under federal law. Related: Bitcoin rises as Japan's moves to ban sales stir fears Bitcoin's value has grown over the past year, but has been bumping along at about $100 per coin. And it has been volatile in the past. In June 2011, the price of one bitcoin stood at $1.00. Two months later, a single bitcoin was worth about $3.50. In 2013, the currency fell to a low of $25.54 and started climbing again. Bitcoin hit a high of $1,200 in December 2013, and is currently at about $950. Bitcoin's popularity has soared in recent months, in part because of speculation that other countries will also embrace the currency. The US, Russia and China have all said









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