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Bitcoin Cash, the first digital currency built on top of the Bitcoin blockchain, is being sold for $8,000 per coin on its own website and through exchanges.
The cryptocurrency, which was launched on the Bitcointalk forums on Thursday, is the first of its kind, with the aim of building an ecosystem around Bitcoin Cash that will allow people to trade Bitcoin Cash for other cryptocurrencies.
“Bitcoin Cash is a new cryptocurrency built on the Bitcoin Blockchain, a technology designed to enable instant transactions and the creation of digital assets,” Bitcoin Cash developer Jeff Garzik said in a post on his blog.
“This technology enables instant, untraceable transactions between two parties and allows for the creation and transfer of digital currency.
It is not a new coin and it is not the first bitcoin coin.”
Bitcoin Cash has been a virtual currency since late 2017, and has seen its value skyrocket since the election of Donald Trump as US president.
Since the election, the currency has seen a spike in value as a result of speculation about the upcoming US presidential elections.
Bitcoin Cash has now surged over 50 percent in value since the inauguration, reaching a record high of $4,800 per coin, according to CoinMarketCap.
Bitcoin is also being used to buy luxury goods in many countries around the world, according, as the Chinese government is trying to stop people from using Bitcoin to buy goods online.
Bitcoin is not currently considered a currency by the US government, meaning it cannot be used for transactions.
However, a Chinese company, BTC China, has recently announced plans to start accepting Bitcoin Cash payments in China.
“This is the start of a new era in China’s cryptocurrency economy, as Bitcoin Cash is expected to be a global currency,” Bitcoin China founder Xu Chunhua told the Wall Street Journal in a recent interview.
However, the price of Bitcoin Cash hasn’t changed much since the launch of Bitcoin, with its price currently sitting at $2,300 per coin.