LIBRA, the global crypto-currency, has seen a sharp increase in the number of transactions in the last year.
The currency gained more than 1,200 percent year-on-year in November alone, as its value began to decline against a backdrop of increasing interest from governments and central banks in the world economy.
The increase in LIBRA value came as the global economy shifted towards digital currencies.
As many people in the developed world start to consider digital currencies to be more convenient, there has been a rapid increase in activity, including in the UK and US.
Bitcoin and other digital currencies have risen in value over the past year, according to data compiled by data analytics firm Statista.
The currency, which gained more value than $200,000 per coin in the first three months of 2017, has increased its value nearly 10 times in the same period.
The value of all cryptocurrencies in circulation has increased by more than 80 percent since January.
The value of Bitcoin, which has traded for about $2,700 since December of last year, is now more than 2,700 times its value in 2017, according the firm.
As of this writing, there are nearly 8,000 bitcoin ATMs in the US, with the US trading for about four times as much bitcoin as it did in the mid-1990s.
The average value of a bitcoin ATM is currently around $20,000, according Statista, and the company estimates that there are now around 1.4 million bitcoin ATMS in the country.
The cryptocurrency’s price rose by more in the past 12 months than any year since 2008, with Bitcoin reaching a high of $2.15 in July of this year.