The first 50,000 will be made available for free, while the remaining 100,00 crypto-computers will be sold for cash at the start of December.
The first 100 cryptocurrencies will be available for download at Christmas and can be used to purchase real goods or services online.
Bitcoin has been widely viewed as a tool for making transactions easier, but many people are not convinced it is a legitimate currency.
However, in November 2018, the first 100 digital currencies, or “decentralised currencies”, were released for download and trading on the Bitcoin network.
The release of the first crypto-currency, Bitcoin Cash, was followed by a similar move in November 2019, when a similar currency called Bitcoin Gold was also released.
The 100 cryptocurrencies are available in denominations of one Bitcoin, 10 Bitcoin, 50 Bitcoin, 100 Bitcoin and 1,000 Bitcoin.
Some of the coins were created by developers, while others were produced by banks and governments, such as India, Russia and Singapore.
The next step in the digital currency world is that a cryptocurrency can be sold, bought and exchanged at a regulated exchange.
The new crypto-currencies can be bought and traded with traditional payment methods, such through credit cards, debit cards, Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies.
The cryptocurrencies can be traded online or offline, although they are not accepted for purchase.
A spokesperson for the UK’s National Payments Company said: “We are actively exploring new payment methods that will enable consumers to enjoy greater choice and convenience.”
Our aim is to enable customers to enjoy the benefits of digital payments with the ease of access of a traditional currency.
“The spokesperson added: “As soon as we have made the announcement we will make it available to our customers.