A growing number of people are moving to the cryptocurrency market.

According to CoinDesk, more than 30% of the world’s population is living in a country where Bitcoin has been the dominant cryptocurrency.

The digital currency has seen a surge in popularity in the last year with people increasingly choosing to move to a more decentralized alternative.

CoinDesk analyzed global Bitcoin market activity to find out what kind of people live in these countries and how much money they are spending on Bitcoin in a given month.

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Singapore Singapore is one of the most popular countries to live in, with more than 90% of people living there.

According the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, Singapore was the world leading country for Bitcoin trading in April 2017, accounting for more than 80% of all Bitcoin trading volume.

While Bitcoin’s popularity in Singapore may seem like a good thing, many of the people who are moving there are also buying it in bulk.

The average monthly Bitcoin transaction for Singaporean households is $1,739.

The country has become the world leader in the use of Bitcoin by its residents, with Bitcoin prices trading at around $13,000 per Bitcoin.

Singapore’s cryptocurrency is mostly used in remittances, but it is also a popular means of remittance in Southeast Asia.

In February 2018, Bitcoin transactions accounted for more then a quarter of all remittance transactions, which is a significant growth from around 20% in 2015.

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Indonesia The country of Indonesia, with a population of just over 11 million, is one country that is showing an uptick in Bitcoin trading.

Bitcoin trading has exploded in Indonesia over the past year with a whopping $15.8 million in trades being made between January and May 2018.

Bitcoin is used for nearly everything in Indonesia, including purchasing goods, paying for services and even buying alcohol.

Indonesia has a strong economy that relies on a variety of industries including mining, construction, telecommunications and tourism.

According a 2017 report by the World Bank, there are now over 30,000 Bitcoin businesses operating in Indonesia.

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Russia Russia is another country that has seen an uptick for Bitcoin, with the country being one of many countries to have seen an increase in Bitcoin sales over the last few years.

In January 2017, Russia was the third-most popular country to trade Bitcoin in the world, after China and the United States.

In 2018, Russia’s Bitcoin market size has nearly tripled, with over 3,000 companies now listed on CoinMarketCap.

The main reason for this increase in popularity is the country’s large and growing population of Russian expats.

Russia is home to more than 20 million people and over 10% of them live in the country.

Russian expatriates have seen their Bitcoin prices skyrocket, and in the first quarter of 2019, Bitcoin trading accounted for about one-third of all global remittence transactions.

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United Kingdom The UK has been a leading market for Bitcoin over the years.

As a result, the country has seen Bitcoin prices surge from about $200 per Bitcoin in early 2018 to more that $3,500 per Bitcoin by May 2018, according to CoinMarketcap.

The UK is also one of several countries in the UK where Bitcoin is being used to pay for necessities such as food and rent.

This trend is likely to continue, as the country is already home to a number of Bitcoin trading companies that are growing in popularity.

In May 2018 alone, Bitcoin’s value increased from around $100 to over $600, and it now accounts for roughly half of all bitcoin trading in the United Kingdom.

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United States In 2017, Bitcoin was the second most popular currency traded in the US, following only the Japanese yen.

Bitcoin now accounts a significant portion of all cryptocurrency trades in the nation, and the price of Bitcoin has risen by nearly 60% from January 2017 to the end of April 2018.

It is now trading for roughly $1.2 billion per month.

The biggest reason for the increased demand in the U.S. is the growing number that are moving here with plans to move back to the country and settle in.

While it is hard to predict when Bitcoin will be the next major currency in the market, it is safe to say that the digital currency is getting a lot more mainstream.

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Switzerland Switzerland is another big market for the digital currencies.

The Swiss economy is one that has traditionally relied heavily on technology, and Bitcoin has seen huge growth in the past few years, according the Bank for International Settlements.

The bank noted that Bitcoin’s price has risen from around 4,500 Swiss francs per Bitcoin to over 4,800 Swiss franc for the year to June 2018.

The cryptocurrency is used to purchase goods and services, as well as to transfer money across borders.

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Mexico The country with the most Bitcoin trading activity in Mexico is also the country that offers the most favorable taxes in the entire world.

According CoinMarket Cap, Mexican