Why do people still keep using BTC?
The world’s biggest cryptocurrency is still not used by everyday people, but it’s still used by criminals.
Bitcoin, a form of cryptocurrency, is being used for everything from drugs to fraud.
Now, a new study has found that criminals are using Bitcoin as a way to launder money, even after its price dropped nearly $100 since its inception in 2009.
Researchers from the University of Oxford have found that almost one-third of the bitcoins that have been seized in the UK were bought in January or February of this year.
A quarter were purchased for use as an illegal vehicle, and another third were purchased to buy drugs.
The researchers compared the value of the seized coins with the amount of money that they were worth at the time of the purchase.
The value of a bitcoin is determined by a computer algorithm, and is calculated by taking the average of the last 24 hours worth of transactions.
The average value of bitcoins at the start of the year was about $14,000.
However, the average value dropped to $9,500 by the end of January.
“Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency because of its relative anonymity, ease of use, and the lack of regulation,” the study said.
“While some people may still use the currency for illegal activity, it is unlikely that criminals will be able to move a large amount of bitcoins from one place to another in the short-term.”
This isn’t the first time that Bitcoin has been used to larceny.
According to a 2014 report from CoinDesk, criminals in the US have made off with over $4 billion in bitcoin over the past year.
But that was just a small part of the total, which is worth about $3.7 trillion.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been used as a medium of exchange since 2009.
According the US Department of the Treasury, “The United States is the second-largest consumer of Bitcoin and the largest holder of virtual currency.
As of September 30, 2018, Bitcoin was worth more than $15.9 billion, or nearly $2.6 billion per day.”
It’s been reported that about a quarter of the people in the world own at least one bitcoin, and it’s estimated that there are about 11 million people in total who own one.