CARPENTER, Pa.

— Paint your vehicle with Bitcoins and Ether to get paid in crypto coins?

You can do it!

In the early morning hours of Feb. 17, 2018, a group of people headed to a paint shop in Pittsburgh’s Pittsburgh suburbs to pay for paint.

When the paint shop employee, Lisa McQuay, saw an empty box on the counter, she knew something was wrong.

She called her boss, who told her to bring some of the coins.

McQuay and her coworker, Tyler McPherson, were curious to see what was in the box.

McPherson told me the coins were worth around $2,000.

They also had a note with their address, McPhearson said.

“It’s been over two weeks,” McPhesons dad, Mike, said.

McPhersons dad has been collecting crypto coins for several years, but he is one of only a handful of people who have accepted the coins for payment.

The idea of a paint dealer accepting coins for paint has become something of a meme among Bitcoin enthusiasts.

There is no specific regulation for crypto currency in the United States, but there are a few guidelines that can help make sure that crypto coins are not used to make illegal transactions.

If the coins are to be used for a legitimate transaction, they should be used in a safe, secure manner, according to the United Nations.

That means they should only be exchanged for dollars or euros, and only in a way that is clearly traceable.

The first thing to know about coins is that they cannot be exchanged directly for real money.

Instead, they must be converted into another cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin or Ethereum.

To convert a Bitcoin into a real currency, the user has to convert the Bitcoin into something like USD or Euro.

Once the conversion is done, the cryptocurrency is then converted back into Bitcoins.

For an Ether, the process is the same.

The user needs to convert a single Bitcoin into Ether.

Once the conversion process is complete, the Ether is then exchanged back into Bitcoin.

That is why it is important to use a digital currency that is traceable and that can be exchanged at any point in time.

Crypto coins are also not backed by any government or financial institution, which makes them harder to counterfeit.

So how do you accept crypto coins to pay?

It’s simple.

At a paint store, you can purchase a few coins at a time, or you can send them to a designated address.

You can buy a large amount of coins at the paint store for around $15, McQueen said.

You then get your coins in the mail, where the recipient can exchange them for dollars, euros, or whatever currency is acceptable to them.

The coins can be used to pay people directly, or they can be transferred to an account that allows for payment of a certain amount.

This method is easier to use, McRobertsons dad said, because you are sending the coins to a Bitcoin address.

As the process gets done, your coins are converted into Bitcoins, which can be redeemed for real-world currency, McQuays dad said.

That’s how McPheays dad got the coins, and McPhisons dad and McRobertses dad are both excited about how the paint business is doing with this new payment method.

“This is going to be a big deal,” McRobertsson said.

“I think we’ll see more of this in the future.”

The Pittsburgh paint store accepts bitcoins, Ether, and Litecoin.

The owner of the paintshop, Chris McPhee, says he will accept Bitcoin and other crypto currencies as payment.