The price of Bitcoin has risen by more than 80 percent this year, with a record amount of trading volume.

It’s been on a roll.

On Sunday, the price of one Bitcoin surpassed $11,000 for the first time in the history of the digital currency.

Bitcoin has seen record trading volume in the last 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap, a site that tracks Bitcoin transactions.

On Monday, the currency’s value surpassed $15,000, a record for the digital asset.

It has been climbing since late July, when it was trading at $5,600.

Bitcoin is an open-source cryptocurrency that is based on the mathematical model of computer code and does not rely on any central authority.

Its creators have not said if they plan to add a currency of their own.

The price of the cryptocurrency has risen dramatically since July.

At the end of July, the Bitcoin price was hovering around $8,000.

It climbed to $11.50 last week, but now stands at $11k, according the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index, which tracks the price in USD.

The digital currency is used for online shopping and purchases in stores like Walmart, eBay and Amazon.

The digital currency has also been used for illicit online transactions.

The U.S. government issued guidelines on July 25 that would make it illegal to buy or sell Bitcoin.

Bitcoin has seen a surge in popularity and demand, according Toon Boom, CEO of Bitcoin Magazine, which covers digital currencies and blockchain technology.

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that exists on a distributed network, unlike traditional currencies, he said.

It is also far cheaper than traditional currencies.

Toon Boom said Bitcoin is growing in popularity because it’s easy to use, easy to exchange and cheap.

Bitcoin also has an upside because it doesn’t require a central authority to verify transactions, he added.