A patient who spent six months in the hospital after a heart attack has received a payment of $1,400 for his medical expenses.
The payment of the amount is made by way of a lancs hospital-issued cryptocurrency called ETH, according to the Lancaster General Hospital.
According to the hospital, the cryptocurrency was created by a team of doctors, nurses, and other staff members who worked at the hospital.
The cryptocurrency was made by one of the members of the team, who had been a patient of the hospital for six months.
He was released in December 2018 and is now being paid back for the six months spent in the intensive care unit.
He also receives the same amount for any hospital stays he has had in the past.
He has spent nearly six months out of the five-year-old hospital.
The payment comes after the hospital decided to issue a digital currency called lanczos, or LANC, in response to an outpouring of concern about patient safety following the death of a young man who died after being placed in a medically futile ventilator.