Forex traders are taking advantage of the bullish sentiment in the markets, as traders continue to bet on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

The euro-zone’s largest financial institution, the Bank of France, is expected to announce the creation of a new financial unit to manage the riskiest assets and riskier currencies.

The Bank of England and other central banks have also warned about a possible global economic downturn and the risks posed by the rise of cryptocurrency.

However, bitcoin’s surge in value on the rise has raised concerns about the future of forex trading, which is a vital service for many financial institutions.

This week, the value of bitcoin hit a record of $1,845.60 after reaching a record $1.1 trillion.

According to data compiled by Bloomberg, the digital currency surpassed the $1 trillion mark for the first time on Wednesday, setting a new all-time high.

While it’s not clear whether the digital asset will surpass $1tn, its rise in value and the fact that the US is already the world’s biggest trading country could help drive bitcoin’s price up.

Bitcoin has increased its trading volume to a record pace.

However, many traders are waiting for a more robust regulation on cryptocurrencies to be implemented.

In October, the German Bundesbank banned the trading of cryptocurrencies, which would affect all trading in the country.

The ban was lifted in January.

In addition, the Financial Stability Board of the European Union (FSB) is considering the creation and introduction of a “forex” unit that would regulate cryptocurrencies.

On Wednesday, the FSB will publish its draft proposal, which will require trading on cryptocurrencies that has an annualized market value of over €3.3 trillion to be regulated by the FSB.

The proposal also would limit the amount of virtual currencies that can be traded, a measure that is expected later this year.

Earlier this month, the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) imposed a moratorium on all cryptocurrency trading, as the regulator was concerned about the risks associated with the growing trend.

In December, the FCA announced that it was considering issuing a similar ban in the UK.

The move comes amid a number of international efforts to curb cryptocurrency trading.

In November, the U.S. Federal Reserve proposed a plan that would ban bitcoin trading and limit the trading volume in the virtual currency to 10 percent of total financial activity, which was previously the largest limit.

The FCA has also proposed the creation a new unit to regulate the virtual currencies, known as the “foreX.”

A new unit will be created to regulate virtual currencies in the U,U.K., and Germany.

The plan is expected in the coming months.

Bitcoin is a virtual currency that uses cryptography to solve mathematical problems, such as computing a hash function or a value.

The value of a bitcoin is based on the ratio of a cryptocurrency’s total supply to its total number of coins.

However the currency has been plagued by hacking attacks and other security breaches.

It is widely viewed as a scam currency by some.