By now, the story has been out there for months.
The Department of Justice and the FBI have both announced their plans to crack down on the use of crypto-currency for the buying and selling of household goods.
The FBI has also announced a crackdown on Bitcoin and its related exchanges.
The federal government, though, seems to have little interest in cracking down on Bitcoin, at least not yet.
But it may soon have a new tool in its arsenal.
On April 20, the Department of Homeland Security announced it is seeking applications for an order to create a Bitcoin-like digital currency that would be used for “cybersecurity and homeland security.”
In its press release, the DHS stated, “Bitcoin and digital currencies offer a safe haven for criminals and terrorists alike to transfer money, to buy drugs and other illegal goods, and to evade law enforcement and intelligence efforts.”
The DHS, along with other federal agencies, is seeking a license to operate and operate digital currency exchanges.
This means the DHS can issue a digital currency license and start issuing licenses to exchange it for cash.
If you are not familiar with digital currencies, they are a decentralized, peer-to-peer electronic cash system, which are a form of digital currency.
They have many advantages over fiat currencies like dollars and euros, which have been in use since the 1970s.
Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency with no central authority or central bank.
In order to be called a digital cash, it has to be distributed, and it is not tied to any specific government, so it is decentralized and it can be used by anyone without any central authority, and that is the way the government wants it to be.
Digital currencies have been popular with criminals and the criminal underworld in the past.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating whether or not the sale of stolen goods via Bitcoin could be part of the same crimes.
Digital currency has also been used to buy heroin and crack cocaine.
In July, the DEA announced that it was investigating Bitcoin transactions linked to the sale and distribution of heroin.
Bitcoin has been popular among criminals because of its low transaction fees, and because it is an anonymous form of payment.
There are some concerns about the potential for criminals to use the Bitcoin system to transfer their illegal goods into the United States.
Some criminal organizations, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, have started using Bitcoin as a way to avoid detection and to avoid paying taxes.
If Bitcoin is legalized, criminals will no longer have to pay taxes in the United State.
This would help many criminals in the US, but not all.
If Bitcoins become widely used as a means of payment, it would also help many people in other countries.
For example, the United Kingdom has already started accepting Bitcoins as a form the payments for goods and services.
Some countries, like Canada, have already started to use Bitcoin for online purchases, including online gambling.
But Bitcoin isn’t just a new form of money for criminals.
It is also being used to help the government enforce national borders.
The government could use digital currencies to pay for customs inspections.
The United States has had a huge border crisis since 2015, and the government has been struggling to find a way for the U.S. government to enforce the border between Mexico and the United the country.
It has been a struggle for many years to find ways to get people to come into the country legally.
Bitcoin, however, is the easiest way for people to move their money.
The DHS stated that Bitcoin is used for the following purposes: to facilitate the collection of customs duties, to facilitate cross-border trade, to ensure the safe and efficient exchange of money, and for payment for customs services, and border control.
These are the most important uses of Bitcoin.
The price of Bitcoin is based on supply and demand.
If there is a high demand, people will pay more for Bitcoin, and if there is less demand, they will pay less.
As of April, Bitcoin has an average price of about $7.50 per Bitcoin.
That is more than double the price of the digital currency in the U: U.K. ($3.60), Germany ($3) and Japan ($3).
However, the price has fluctuated since it was first announced in 2011, so its value could change.
However, for the time being, the digital currencies price has remained stable at $2.10 per Bitcoin, according to CoinDesk.