Zoos say they’ll accept bitcoins for admission

A zoo in Colorado will accept bitcoins as a way to help pay for admission.

The Denver Zoo has been accepting bitcoin for admission for the past two months.

The zoo in northern Colorado will be accepting bitcoins to purchase tickets to the new “Sasquatch Experience,” a six-month-long celebration of the animal’s life and sightings.

Zoos typically use gold and silver for admission and are usually more open to bitcoin.

The zoo has already been accepting bitcoins as part of the admission process.

The park’s website says bitcoins are the world’s most widely used digital currency.

Zoo spokesman Dan Sartorio said bitcoins are a new form of payment for the park, which had not previously accepted the currency.

Sartorio, who asked not to be named because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said the zoo will not accept bitcoin for general admission, but it will allow guests to purchase admission for $20 for adults and $15 for kids ages 5 to 10.

The price has not yet been set.

Zombies, bears and crocodiles will not be allowed in the exhibit.

The park also has an electronic ticketing system that will let guests buy admission for children under 12 years old, and adults over the age of 21.

The price of admission is dependent on the time of day and the park’s schedule, but guests will have the option to buy tickets for other events or activities.

Sarsquatch is a fictional animal from the science fiction movie “The Mummy,” which has been adapted into the live-action feature “Zombieland,” which was released in 2018.

The new film features a grizzly named Sasquatch who lives in a cave near the Los Angeles Zoo.

The latest film in the “Zombie” franchise follows a group of young survivors of the original movie, who are forced to survive the zombie apocalypse after the Mummy is killed.

The film is set in 2019.