Breitbart News reports that Atlas Trading, the biggest Bitcoin exchange in the world, has been selling the cryptocurrency for less than $100 since December 31, 2017.

This is not the first time that Bitcoin trading at a Bitcoin exchange has been priced below $100.

Last year, bitcoin prices fell from over $10,000 to $4,500 per coin before returning to their peak at $12,000 on December 25, 2017, according to CoinMarketCap.

As of this writing, the price is still $11,719.

The cryptocurrency price has also dropped significantly since January 1, 2018.

The price fell from $11.98 per coin to $7.50 per coin on December 30, 2018, before reaching its current $11 per coin level on January 6, 2019.

The recent drop in price has led many Bitcoin traders to trade Bitcoin at a discount to fiat currencies.

While Bitcoin trading is not considered a major source of profits for most Bitcoin traders, the cryptocurrency price can still be an attractive investment option for some.

It is likely that many Bitcoin investors will begin to convert their Bitcoins into fiat currency soon, which will increase the market value of their investment.

However, Bitcoin trading can be an effective way for Bitcoin traders and others to save money.

As the cryptocurrency market continues to fluctuate, the value of the cryptocurrency will likely continue to rise.

As a result, Bitcoin traders will have to make an educated decision regarding whether they would like to sell their Bitcoins or convert their Bitcoin to fiat currency.

Bitcoin trading has historically been a profitable way for some Bitcoin investors to hedge against volatile Bitcoin prices.

Bitcoin traders have a choice when it comes to whether they want to convert to fiat or sell their Bitcoin for Bitcoin.

If you are considering trading Bitcoin for fiat, there are a number of options available to Bitcoin investors.

If the Bitcoin price does not rise much over the coming weeks, it is likely Bitcoin will remain volatile, according the Wall Street Journal.

As long as Bitcoin price volatility continues, it may not be possible to sell your Bitcoins for fiat at the current prices.

If Bitcoin price rises above $12 million per coin, it will become much easier for Bitcoin investors and others with significant Bitcoin holdings to sell Bitcoins for Bitcoin at low prices.

In the event that Bitcoin price crashes to $5,000 per coin or less, the Bitcoin market value could decline considerably.

However of course, Bitcoin investors are unlikely to lose money if Bitcoin price is over $8,000.

For Bitcoin investors, Bitcoin will likely remain a good investment for the foreseeable future.

This article is from the archive of our partner The Wire.