It seems like the US government is not going to stop the mining of Bitcoins.
According to a report from CoinDesk, the government will soon start accepting Bitcoin as currency, but with some significant changes to the way it is done.
The report said that, in early 2019, the US will allow the purchase of Bitcoin through online banks, exchanges, and third parties.
This will allow consumers to buy Bitcoin directly with cash.
The move is intended to ease the flow of funds between consumers and Bitcoin exchanges, as well as allow the government to control the Bitcoin market through the purchase and sale of Bitcoins, which are traded on exchanges that allow consumers the ability to buy and sell their own Bitcoins.
Consumers will still be able to buy Bitcoins from any online platform.
The US government also plans to allow Bitcoin transactions to be made through banks that are not regulated by the US.
Consumers can still buy Bitcoin through an online wallet, but this is not required.
The announcement came at the end of a week that saw the US and several other countries officially accept Bitcoin as payment.
The Bitcoin price has risen dramatically since the announcement, which has raised concerns that the currency is on the brink of being completely devalued.
The news has been met with skepticism from some Bitcoin experts, who say that the government may be attempting to push Bitcoin away from the mainstream.
The value of Bitcoin is now estimated at around $5,000.