New York City’s green market is booming.
The market is so popular, the city is considering banning it.
The city’s greenmarkets have been booming for years, but the city’s efforts to control them are being hit with challenges from the rise of digital currencies.
Bloomberg’s financial news blog explains: “It’s become a very trendy thing to trade green markets.”
One of the biggest concerns among city officials is that the influx of digital money can pose a security threat to the city.
New York’s mayor’s office says it has found at least one person killed in the city in digital-currency attacks.
Bloomberg says the city has seen a spike in the number of transactions in the Green Market Market since the introduction of digital currency in late 2016.
It is currently estimated that more than 100,000 people are taking part in the market every day.
The most recent numbers indicate the average transaction took place at 4:30 a.m. and that transactions topped $2,000 in January.
That is more than triple the $1,600 average in January last year.
According to the Green Markets Association, more than 1,000 transactions have been made in the last three days alone, making it the largest day-trading market in the country.