The term “crypto-currency” was coined by the late British mathematician Alan Turing in 1951 and is now widely understood to refer to a form of digital currency that allows users to pay for goods and services with no additional central bank-issued or centralised means of payment.
However, the term has become a common one for a range of different financial services in recent years, such as virtual currencies and peer-to-peer lending.
These services are now used in the banking and finance industries as well as by many individuals to invest their money without using banks and other financial institutions.
They have become a popular way to invest in asset classes like shares, real estate and commodities, although it’s still largely unregulated.
A recent report by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) found that financial institutions had been “incorporating cryptocurrencies into their financial instruments in a manner that contravenes the law”.
This report said that some cryptocurrencies were being used to facilitate money laundering and criminal activity, and that this may undermine public confidence in financial institutions and create new risk factors for financial institutions to adopt and monitor.
The FCA has previously warned that the increasing use of cryptocurrencies could pose risks to the financial system, such that it could “lead to a systemic risk to financial stability”.
The report highlighted how cryptocurrencies may not be backed by a single entity, but rather could be used to “transfer ownership of the assets held by various parties”.
These parties could be the individuals or companies they represent, and they could use the funds to pay off creditors or buy assets with them.
Cryptocurrencies can be purchased in the form of tokens or digital currencies.
A bitcoin, for example, is a digital currency created in 2009.
The bitcoin is traded as a digital asset.
Cryptocoins are digital currencies that are created by an organisation called a “mining pool”.
These “mining pools” are designed to process a specific amount of bitcoin, which can be stored on their network and used to secure the network.
The cryptocurrency is then used to buy goods and to pay people for services, such an exchange or a loan.
Cryptopayments, which allow customers to buy and sell cryptocurrency, are another type of digital payment service.
This service also involves the use of the cryptocurrency to purchase goods and payment services.
Cryptos have also been used as a way of transferring money between individuals.
In some countries, such the US, the exchange of bitcoin is a legal means of remitting money.
However in other countries, this is illegal, as it is against the law to use a foreign currency to pay in a foreign country.
Cryptomarkets have also become a major way of trading cryptocurrencies.
They are digital assets that are traded using a computer algorithm.
For example, Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that is traded using the algorithm that was developed by a computer scientist called Satoshi Nakamoto.
The algorithm was designed to help solve complex mathematical problems and is used by a wide range of online and offline services.
For the most part, cryptomarket exchanges are designed for the trading of the digital currency, such a Coinbase or MtGox.
Bitcoin is the most popular digital currency used by cryptocurrency exchanges.
However there are many other cryptocurrencies, such Bitcoin Cash, which have also gained in popularity over the past year.
Another popular way of using cryptocurrencies is as a payment method for online payment providers.
Some digital currencies are used as payment methods for online retailers such as Amazon, Apple, Paypal, Google, Amazon Prime, eBay, Starbucks and Starbucks cards.
This is the case with digital currencies such as Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin.
This type of payment method is popular among those who have been using digital currencies to transact with other people, such in the fashion of Bitcoin lending.
For these users, cryptocurrencies provide an alternative to the traditional method of paying for goods or services.
There are also various online services that provide goods and goods-related services in the way of cryptocurrency.
These include the Bitcoin exchange Bitpay, the Bitcoin wallet provider CoinJar, the digital currencies exchange Bitstamp and a number of others.
Crypto-currencies are often referred to as digital assets.
A digital asset is an asset that can be transferred between parties without a bank account or any other form of formal or formalised control.
These digital assets are used to make transactions, such buying, selling and transferring goods and the like.
The term crypto-curriculum refers to the course of learning and training students about digital currencies, including cryptocurrencies, and to how to use digital currencies as a means of buying and selling goods and in other ways.
The curriculum should include a broad understanding of how digital currencies work, including the basics of their technology and the underlying principles behind them.
It should also be aimed at providing practical tools to facilitate trading of digital currencies in real life and, if the student can manage the financial risk associated with using digital currency in a way that is acceptable to others, then that will also be part of the curriculum.
Some universities have recently begun offering