Bjork fans will soon be able to purchase her new record with cryptocurrencies or old-fashioned fiat money on her website or through her record label. Going that route will also entitle listeners to 100 AudioCoins, a music-centric ICO that is built on the back of bitcoin. Currently, those coins add up to a value of about 26 cents. But hey, if it follows bitcoin’s 480 percent rise in 2017, it could be worth around $124 within a year. It’s like Bjork is paying you to buy her album!