When will Bitcoin go mainstream?

A new cryptocurrency called Bitcoin is gaining traction in the U.S. as it takes off from the shadows and into mainstream adoption.

But one big question remains: When will it get mainstream?

Bitcoin has surged since its introduction into the world in 2009.

It’s now the fourth most popular cryptocurrency in the world.

In terms of market capitalization, it’s now worth over $2.5 trillion.

But how many people are using it?

Bitcoin’s price fluctuates wildly, depending on the value of the underlying assets.

It peaked at $1,800 in mid-November of last year, and it has since fallen to around $100.

Bitcoin has seen an influx of new users in recent months, and the surge has been driven by new startups, such as BitInstant and Coinbase.

Bitcoin’s biggest competitor in the market, Litecoin, has seen its price crash to around 50 cents by mid-December, from more than $8 at the beginning of this year.

Litecoin is an altcoin that has become popular in the bitcoin community for its potential to be used as a currency.

But Litecoin is also an alternative cryptocurrency that can be used to pay for goods and services.

Litecoin’s price has also fluctuated wildly over the last year.

The two currencies have also been in conflict with each other in recent weeks, with Bitcoin hitting a high of more than 20 cents on the dollar in late September and Litecoin trading at just under 1 cent on Friday.

Bitcoin is also seeing an influx in new users, with many people buying Litecoins to pay their bills.

Bitcoin is now trading at about $8,000 per coin, according to CoinMarketCap.

Litecoins’ market capitalisation is estimated to be around $3.8 trillion.

Some of the new Litecoin users are also using the cryptocurrency as a way to get around government regulation in China.

Some Bitcoin startups are now using Litecoin to buy goods and use Bitcoin to pay bills.

The rise of Litecoin has attracted attention from some of the biggest names in the cryptocurrency world.

The biggest names, such Asic, Coinbase and Circle have all invested in Litecoin startups.

Many of these companies are now investing in Litecoins.

Other prominent companies are also investing in the altcoin.

The CEO of the popular mobile payment platform Stripe has said he wants to bring Litecoin technology to his company.

“We’re excited to see this exciting new technology play a significant role in enabling payments in the payments space,” said Stripe CEO Josh Garza.

“Bitcoin and Litecoins are two technologies that are incredibly complementary and complementary to each other, and Stripe is thrilled to be a pioneer in this space.”

However, Bitcoin is also being viewed with caution by some in the crypto world.

A lot of Bitcoin users are using the altcoins to buy drugs, and there are concerns about the price volatility.

Bitcoin price volatility is especially high on altcoins like Litecoin and BitShares, which are trading at a premium over their value on the open market.

The volatility of Bitcoin is making it difficult for businesses to find buyers for their goods and to make the best use of the money.

Some businesses, including banks, have been losing money as a result of Bitcoin volatility.

For example, last month, the New York Stock Exchange reported that Bitcoin-related trading losses hit $100 million in 2016.

Bitcoin prices also have been moving up, and they have seen an uptick in price gains over the past year.

In October, Bitcoin rose to a record high of over $9,000 a coin.

This year, Bitcoin prices are expected to continue to rise, reaching around $11,000 by the end of 2017.