Crypto currency prices have risen to record highs in recent days, and are now up more than 2,000% from a year ago.
The price of a Bitcoin hit a record high of $3,077 on Sunday, and is now up about 3,400%.
Bitcoin’s price has also jumped about 2,500% in the past month.
The biggest gains were seen in Hong-Kong, where the average price for a Bitcoin was up by more than 7,000%.
The biggest fall was seen in Shanghai, where prices dropped about 20%.
Bitcoin has also become more popular in Europe, where it was down more than 30% on Tuesday.
The value of Bitcoin has also fallen by more then 5,000%, compared with the same time last year.
Bitcoin’s average price has fallen by nearly 1,000 percent in the last six months.
China’s People’s Bank of China (PBOC) is the biggest regulator in the world, with its central bank, the People’s Securities Commission (PSC), controlling more than 90% of the market.
It is also responsible for regulating financial markets, such as stock markets.
The PBOC has also taken a tough stance on cryptocurrencies in recent months, warning against speculators and banning them in February.
The bank’s warning comes at a time when Bitcoin prices have been soaring.
Bitcoin has been the target of criticism from many quarters, and its price has dropped significantly.
The PBOC’s move has also hurt the image of the country’s central bank.
The central bank has faced criticism from some quarters, including from former central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan, who said in March that the PBOC should focus on the economy and not the currency.
The recent rise in bitcoin prices is the result of China’s massive stock market bubble, which is still a relatively new phenomenon in the country.
The stock market has grown by more a quarter of a trillion dollars since 2008, according to Forbes.
Bitcoin prices have also surged in Europe and Asia.
In the UK, the average Bitcoin price is now at $5,569, up more about 7,300% in six months, according a CoinDesk analysis.
In Hong Kong, where Bitcoin prices were also up by about 8,300%, the average BTC price is up by 3,500%.
In Taiwan, the price has climbed more than 16,000%; in Japan, the value of BTC has more than doubled.
The cryptocurrency has also grown in popularity in Australia, where its value rose by about 500%.
Bitcoin prices are now more than 20% higher than in China.
The US has also seen a surge in bitcoin usage.
Bitcoin prices rose by more 3,000%-4,000, according the cryptocurrency’s charting website.
The value of bitcoin in Hongkong is currently about $4,600, which the PBOG said is below the current price of about $5.5,000.