Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is the first zoo in the United States to accept crypto payments, and the new digital currency may soon become a staple of daily life in the country.
On Thursday, the zoo posted a statement on its website announcing that it will accept digital currency for payment in the coming months.
Cheyenne, the largest zoo in Wyoming, has long been the epicenter of crypto culture.
This year, the park is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a series of events, including the Cheyennes’ Annual Crypto Cup, a fundraiser for the zoo.
The zoo’s announcement also comes a month after Cheyenas cryptocurrency users saw their coins get burned on an exchange.
The exchange was compromised and lost $5 million in the first days of the year, and a week later, the account was locked out of the system, leaving no way for people to get back in.
The zoo said it is investigating the breach and has started an investigation into the exchange.
The digital currency is not yet available for purchase, and users should be careful about using it to pay for zoo services.
Cheyena Mountain Zoo said it has no plans to offer payment in Cheyene Mountain CryptoCoin.
The park said it will not provide a direct payment method.
“We are currently investigating a potential hack of our digital currency exchange.
This is a risk that we take very seriously,” the zoo said.
“The Cheyens Cryptocurrency Exchange is currently experiencing technical difficulties and we will continue to work with the Cheys management team to address the issue as soon as possible.”
The Cheys are also investigating whether the exchange should be used by the Cheyanas to accept donations or to make payments to the zoo, the statement said.
Cheyonas digital currency, CheyneCoin, was created in October, 2015.
It has an average market cap of $4.5 million and is backed by a 1,000-coin supply.
CheyneCoin is a cryptocurrency that was designed to make online payments easier and faster, according to the Cheyonas website.
It was created with the goal of providing more transparency and greater accountability to the public and the Cheytens, who have a history of creating the world’s most powerful currency, the Cheyrean Coin.
The Cheyuan Coin is the most popular digital currency in the world, with an average circulation of about 200,000 coins a day.
In addition to the cryptocurrency, the Zoo is also accepting digital currencies in digital form.
In May, the agency said it was partnering with the online payment service CirclePay to make payment in digital currency.
CirclePay is based in New York City, but the service offers online payments to individuals and businesses across the country, including Cheyenic Mountain Zoo, Cheyne Mountain Zoo in Colorado, and several other parks and museums.
Circumventing the exchange could put zoo visitors at risk, the conservation organization said.
The agency said the Cheyoans could have a lot more to worry about if they want to use Cheyenes cryptocurrency for everyday purchases.
“The Cheyoan cryptocurrency could be an enticing way for tourists and others to pay with cryptocurrencies because it is more secure, but we also fear it could be used to facilitate illegal activities and make people feel like criminals,” Cheyeno Mountain Zoo President James Lomax said.
The Cheyonans are also a major proponent of Bitcoin.
A report from the Institute for Humane Studies last year said that the Cheyrans cryptocurrency use has grown dramatically in the past five years.
In 2015, it was estimated that Cheyenians bitcoin holdings were worth $3.2 billion, according the institute.