Bitcoin, one of the most popular forms of digital currency, is being used to circumvent traditional advertising networks and pay for advertising through online ad exchanges and online payment processors.
The payment method allows companies to pay for online advertising by giving people the impression that they are purchasing something from an online store.
But in reality, the ads they receive are not actually from an actual retailer.
Instead, the company is simply providing the impression it is, at a minimum, a service that sells goods or services.
Ads that run on a website, e-commerce platform or a mobile app are often promoted through an ad network, but those ad networks typically require a user to pay a monthly fee or subscribe to a program.
Bitcoin, however, allows users to pay online directly for advertisements, and then pay the price of the advertisements on the Bitcoin blockchain, which is a distributed database of transactions.
Bitcoin can be used to pay anywhere in the world, including in the United States.
The first ad network to accept Bitcoin was Bitpay, which was founded in 2013.
It was later acquired by Coinbase in 2015.
In February 2018, Bitpay announced it had raised $250 million from investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Sequoia Capital, Sequim and others.
Bitcoin was listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange in March 2018.
The ad networks are using the Bitcoin network as a payment channel.
Bitcoin is the most secure digital currency and there is no central authority that controls it.
Bitcoin has been gaining in popularity over the last few years.
In 2018, Bitcoin traded at around $11,000 per coin, or $5,000 less than it did in November 2017, according to CoinMarketCap.
In 2017, Bitcoin was valued at around about $1,500 per coin.
The popularity of Bitcoin has driven a rise in the value of the cryptocurrency, as the cryptocurrency’s price has risen steadily.
In February 2018 alone, Bitcoin soared more than 10,000 percent, according the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index.