How to safely use black sunglasses as a digital currency

A simple trick to easily use your black sunglasses, as a cryptocurrency, is coming soon to cryptocurrency aficionados.

The technology will be unveiled during a Black Friday event hosted by BlackCoin, which will showcase the technology at a Black Tuesday event at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The BlackCoin Black Sunglasses will be available in black, silver, gold, and titanium.

The glasses will feature a 3D scanning feature to help them display the images of a user’s face, with a built-in LED flashlight.

According to a BlackCoin spokesperson, the glasses will be the first product from BlackCoin to use a 3-D scanner.

The technology, according to the spokesperson, will enable the glasses to scan and display the faces of people who are not the owner.

The glasses will also be available to users who have not already used the 3D scanner feature.

Users can opt for a premium option that will include a 3,000 BlackCoin Bitcoin.

Users will be able to purchase the glasses in three sizes: 4x3x1, 4x4x3, and 5x5x1.

A pair of the glasses can be purchased for the price of $1,000.

The company will also offer an upgrade that will offer a $10,000 investment to users.

Users who buy the glasses from will receive an email from the company informing them that the glasses are available for purchase.

The email is signed with a Blackcoin logo, which is a logo which is not visible to the naked eye.

The upgrade includes an option to upgrade the glasses and receive a 30% discount.

BlackCoin, a blockchain technology startup founded in November 2015, plans to launch a mobile wallet service, BlackCoinPay, later this year.

BlackCoin Pay will be a Bitcoin-based digital currency that will allow users to pay for items with fiat currency, such as airline tickets, hotel stays, and more.