The Netherlands is the latest European country to launch its own digital currency.
The country is launching a new digital currency called Pi Digital Currency, which was designed to be both digital and tangible.
This is the first of its kind in Europe.
It will be offered as a debit card, and is also available in a digital wallet.
The currency is also backed by a fixed supply of bitcoin, which has been in existence since 2013.
It is currently trading at $1.18 USD per unit.
The Dutch central bank is also selling the currency at a price of 1.20 euros per unit, which is a little higher than the U.S. dollar, which will go up to 1.25 euros per Bitcoin in the near future.
This has been a significant step for a country that is still largely cash-dominated.
Pi Digital currency will be distributed by the government and is not regulated by any government entity.
The government is planning to launch the currency on the same day as the U:U World Blockchain Summit, which takes place in Washington, D.C. on July 22.
The summit will be the largest event in the blockchain community.
This year’s event is taking place at the White House and is open to the public.
The main event will feature Bitcoiners from around the world.
This event is being held in a joint capacity with the U¹s Bitcoin Association, the nation¹ s largest Bitcoin organization.
At this year¹tʼs summit, the U-S.
has also hosted its first official Bitcoin Summit, with talks taking place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 23-24, in Washington.
The U.K. is hosting its own blockchain summit in 2019, while Germany will host its first blockchain summit.
The United Kingdom has also announced plans to create its own Bitcoin tax credit program in 2020, as part of a broader effort to provide incentives for businesses and individuals to embrace blockchain technology.
The European Union has already issued a formal guidance on blockchain technology, with the goal of creating a single set of guidelines and standards for the financial sector.
The Netherlands has announced its own cryptocurrency exchange, which the country has named Pi Digital Coins.
The company will allow users to exchange Bitcoin, Ether, Ethereum Classic and Litecoin for Pi Digital Coin.
The exchange will also offer a Bitcoin-friendly trading platform.
Pi’s launch is also the latest in a series of major steps by the Netherlands, as it strives to create a better environment for its digital currency ecosystem.
Pi has been around since 2012.
The first Pi coins were created in June 2013, and were distributed through a software update.
Since then, there have been a variety of new innovations and additions to the currency, which include a new version of the blockchain called the Bitcoin Core protocol.
Since the Bitcoin blockchain has been the backbone of digital currency since the start of its existence, many of the Bitcoin-related innovations have been implemented in Bitcoin.
Pi also includes several new features, including the ability to store up to $200,000 in Pi Coins.
This means users can be confident in the currency’s stability.
It also means that users will have access to the world¹ standard for currency supply.
This feature will be implemented on July 24.
As with other major cryptocurrencies, Pi is backed by the Dutch government, which means it can be used by the state to pay for goods and services.
The digital currency will also be accepted as payment for goods, as well as services such as travel and education.
These two features make Pi Digital coins an attractive option for consumers.
There is also an incentive program that Pi Coin users will be able to use to help offset the cost of purchasing goods and to reduce the need for government transfers.
Pi is currently only available in Dutch, Swedish and German, but plans to launch a new currency in the coming months.
If the Pi Digital coin is successful, it will be a big win for digital currency in Europe, with governments and companies looking to capitalize on the digital currencies potential to solve many of their challenges.