Cigarette buyers and sellers have been waiting for the answer.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says the number of online cigarette sellers is increasing in the world.
The WHO said online cigarette sales are up to 20% higher than in 2016.
However, there are a lot of online tobacco sellers that have been operating for years, so the number could be much higher.
The WHO said it has seen a significant increase in online tobacco sales since it first launched its online cigarette marketplace, which it launched in September 2015.
There are more than 50,000 sellers who are part of the WHO’s online tobacco market, the WHO said.
Online tobacco sales accounted for almost 70% of all tobacco products sold in 2016, the organisation said.
While the number is growing, online sellers have to contend with strict laws in some countries.
They are not allowed to sell tobacco products on websites or on social media.WHO and other health agencies are trying to encourage sellers to be more transparent about what they sell and how they sell it, and to keep their customers informed.