Bitcoin is set to be the first cryptocurrency to surpass $1,000.

In just a few weeks, the cryptocurrency will be valued at $5,000 or higher.

The price is likely to climb even higher once the Chinese government implements a blockchain-based cryptocurrency law.

The move is expected to help the cryptocurrency achieve a new and potentially transformative level of popularity in China.

However, its price could plunge once the law takes effect.

Here’s what you need to know about Bitcoin and blockchain technology.

What is Blockchain?

Blockchain is a digital ledger that records transactions and data.

It is the key to the blockchain technology used by cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.

A blockchain is a decentralized network of computers that run software to record transactions and records of data.

As Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, it also has a network of miners that record transactions.

It’s important to understand that blockchain is not an online or digital currency.

Rather, it’s a digital system that records data and transfers it across the Internet.

What’s Blockchain Worth?

Bitcoin’s value is up more than $2,000 on Monday afternoon.

That’s because it’s now the second most valuable cryptocurrency after the Ethereum cryptocurrency.

Ethereum, on the other hand, is the first digital currency to surpass the $1 million mark.

Blockchain’s value will increase dramatically once the government of China implements a cryptocurrency law in the coming weeks.

It would also become the first global cryptocurrency to hit $1 trillion in value.

Here are five reasons why Bitcoin is poised to surpass Ethereum.

Bitcoin’s Value Could Rise As the Chinese Government Begins To Enforce a Blockchain Law Bitcoin has become a global cryptocurrency after it was adopted by China’s government.

A Blockchain law could potentially make Bitcoin a more valuable asset.

Bitcoin is the world’s second most popular cryptocurrency, behind Ethereum.

Its market cap currently stands at more than seven times that of Ethereum.

China is now one of the world, if not the world largest economy, and has a massive population of more than half a billion people.

It has long been a leader in the global digital economy.

Bitcoin was created in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto, a self-described cryptographer who created the Bitcoin digital currency in 2009.

The Chinese government has also invested heavily in Bitcoin.

In May, the Chinese central bank announced a $1.8 billion cryptocurrency investment program to build the country’s digital infrastructure.

That investment program includes $1 billion in loans, and a $500 million loan to the Bitcoin Foundation, a nonprofit group that promotes the use of blockchain technology in the digital economy, according to CNBC.

Bitcoin has been on a bull run.

Its price surged to more than 3,000 yuan (about $2.80) on Monday morning.

Bitcoin surged more than 300% on September 6, 2014, when the Chinese Central Bank announced it was introducing a new digital currency called the “Digital Assets Reserve.”

That digital currency has a market cap of more then $8.5 billion.

Bitcoin also made an impressive gain of more 1,400% on March 27, 2016, when it was trading at $13,000 per coin.

What Are The Risks Of Bitcoin?

Bitcoin can become a dangerous investment.

It can be difficult to distinguish whether a cryptocurrency is real or virtual.

Bitcoin can be hard to understand.

Many people think it’s just another form of digital currency like a credit card or a savings account.

But it’s not.

It could be used to commit crimes or to fund terrorism.

It will be hard for anyone to tell the difference between real and virtual currencies.

In addition, Bitcoin is volatile.

That means the price can fluctuate dramatically.

In January 2017, Bitcoin lost more than 20% of its value.

That was the biggest one-day loss in history.

On July 1, 2018, it fell nearly 100%.

On November 7, 2017, it plunged more than 400%.

The last time Bitcoin suffered a one-week decline was on December 23, 2018.

Bitcoin may not be safe.

It may fall far enough that it’s impossible to invest.

But there are some areas where Bitcoin may be a good investment.

China’s Bitcoin Exchanges Are Not Safe for Financial Crimes Bitcoin exchanges that accept Bitcoin are not regulated by the Chinese authorities.

This means there’s a lot of risk in investing in Bitcoin, as Chinese government regulators are not in agreement with what Bitcoin exchanges should be doing.

For instance, some exchanges are known for selling illegal drugs or drugs paraphernalia.

Bitcoin exchanges are also not regulated like banks, which is also a risk.

But exchanges that are regulated and are backed by Chinese government officials are likely to be more safe than other places.

There are a few Bitcoin exchanges currently operating in China that offer financial services to Chinese citizens, according the Bloomberg Bitcoin blog.

The largest exchange is OKCoin, which has been operating in Shanghai since October 2017.

OKCoin also operates Bitcoin wallet BitFlyer and Bitcoin wallet Coinbase.

Both have been heavily criticized for selling drugs, money laundering, and other criminal activities.