The first cryptocurrencies are set to go live on the blockchain in 2018.
They are called toyama, babes and amino, and they are based on blockchain technology.
Blockchain, a public ledger that is a collection of transactions made by computers around the world, is used to record and distribute the wealth of the internet.
It has many applications in commerce, finance, medicine, and education, but it is also used to store sensitive information.
These types of cryptocurrencies are built around the blockchain technology, which is designed to prevent a central authority from controlling a large portion of the global economy.
These currencies are not pegged to any currency or currency system, and are therefore untraceable and transparent.
As the first cryptocurrency, amino is set to be the first to go up for sale.
It is currently trading at a premium price, around $300 per coin, according to Coinmarketcap.
It will be up for auction on September 30, according a Coinmarket, which lists the cryptocurrency at $12.65.
Coinbase, a popular online platform where people buy and sell virtual currency, has also announced it will launch amino coin on September 29.
The crypto is based on the Segwit2x hard fork of the Bitcoin network, which allows for faster confirmation times on transactions between miners.
Amino coin is currently priced at $2.29 per coin.
Coinmarketcap has a listing of the top cryptocurrencies currently on the market, listing toyama at $1,966, babers at $871 and aminos at $3,904.
There are also a few other cryptocurrencies listed at around $2,500, $3 and $4,000.