In an interview with The Local, a Dutch gold and platinum bullion broker, J.B. van der Meer, explained that he used the cryptocurrency to buy some gold from the foreign exchange market.
Van der Meers purchase was completed in the afternoon, according to the news outlet.
The gold and sterling bullion market is a hot topic among investors.
It is an attractive investment opportunity for people looking to buy physical gold or silver, with no risk of losing it.
But, gold and foreign exchange is also a risky investment.
According to the Dutch national bank, foreign exchange accounts are banned from being opened for more than six months.
If foreign exchange trading is restricted, the value of the assets held in foreign exchange banks or brokers is devalued, making it harder for investors to access the precious metals market.
The ban was imposed in January, after Dutch authorities began to crack down on foreign exchange trades.
In a statement, the bank said that it was working with the government to strengthen the ban and that the authorities have not yet decided whether to extend the ban.
The country’s foreign exchange regulators have also been cracking down on the foreign currency trading of gold and precious metals, and it has been suggested that foreign exchange brokers have been implicated in a number of suspicious transactions.
According a recent report by the Wall Street Journal, foreign currency transactions by a Dutch-based bitcoin exchange were found to be a potential “black market for gold and other precious metals.”
The Wall Street Report added that bitcoin has seen significant gains this year, with the cryptocurrency surging to a record of more than $1,500 in October.