A Chinese company has developed a software that allows Chinese internet users to pay for goods via virtual currency.

Dubli e Commerce, a Chinese internet portal company, said its software would allow people to purchase items using bitcoin, a digital currency that is used for online purchases.

It said the software was developed in collaboration with the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics, a state-owned agency.

It does not have a release date yet.

A new era of commerceIn the past two years, China has seen its internet market grow to a $1.2 trillion ($1.8 trillion) market.

China has a relatively small internet market, but it is growing rapidly.

In 2016, the Chinese internet market was valued at $6.8 billion, according to Chinese market research firm Gartner.

In 2017, it grew to $9.3 billion, it said.

China has over a billion internet users, according the country’s Ministry of Commerce.

Its internet users make up a majority of China’s population of one billion.

Its state-run broadcaster CCTV said on Monday it will launch a video-on-demand service, dubbed iWatch, for its news programmes.