By CCN Markets: Bitcoin users in Poland are mostly men under the age of 40. Moreover, a whopping 92% of them believe that payments using cryptocurrencies will soon become commonplace. The results were shared by BitPay, the largest multilingual crypto exchange in Europe. BitPay is the most popular crypto platform among Poles. The group surveyed 2,582 cryptocurrency users in Poland and asked them a series of questions, including their gender, age, and other details to get a composite picture of the nation’s crypto community. Bitcoin Users In Poland Are 90% Men The survey indicates that cryptocurrencies are mainly popular among men
Financial services giant Fidelity Investments, which manages more than $ 2.6 trillion in client assets, recently published a report detailing the institutional investor landscape as it relates to digital assets. Institutional investments likely to increase over next 5 years. New #digitalassets research: https://t.co/3Lq5h5ITbT pic.twitter.com/9FTypatN8b — Fidelity Digital Assets (@DigitalAssets) May 2, 2019 According to the report, a […]
A new study reveals surging investments in cryptocurrencies by institutional investors, with almost half of them viewing crypto assets as having a place in their portfolios. “Institutional investors are overwhelmingly favorable about the appealing characteristics of digital assets,” Fidelity Investments described.
Institutional Investors See Crypto’s Potential
Fidelity Investments released the results of its new survey and study on institutional investors’ crypto asset investment strategies on Thursday. Noting a significant rise in interest among intermediaries and institutions, the company wrote:
According to a recent survey of 10,000 European residents, 63% believe that cryptocurrencies will still be around in 10 years. However, polled respondents were not so confident about bitcoin core (BTC) lasting over the next decade as only 49% of participants believe BTC will be around.
Over the last few years, South Korea has become a hotspot for cryptocurrencies and the region captures a large amount of the world’s digital asset trade volume. A survey published on April 20 by the Korea Financial Investment Association shows that the average South Korean cryptocurrency trader has increased their crypto holdings by 64.2% over the last year.
Nearly half of millennial traders have more faith in cryptocurrency exchanges than they do in traditional ones. They are also enthusiastic about the prospect of traditional financial institutions offering crypto assets. That’s according to a new survey which shows a “generational shift” where millennials “place their faith in the power of technology and open networks.”
San Francisco-based crypto exchange Coinbase made big moves in 2018, with a number of acquisitions, platform re-brands and additional product launches to improve the user experience on the popular platform. It now looks like 2019 could see much of the same as a recent survey indicates that Coinbase is considering a subscription model for investors looking to […]
Note: this article is not intended as an endorsement or any sort of positive leaning sentiment toward the FOTON ICO. The author has no opinion of the ICO. The article is purely about the results of the survey the purveyors conducted earlier this month. According to a survey conducted by FOTON, an ICO-funded blockchain banking
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According to a recent Humans.net survey, part of which was covered recently by fellow CCN’s Joseph Young, 38% (385) of the 1100 people surveyed, all freelancers living and working in the US, periodically or regularly use cryptocurrencies, compared with 24% who had never heard of it before. 41% of people had never used them before,
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Research suggests that when it comes to covering bitcoin, bad news sells. According to a study conducted by blockchain firm Clovr, the coverage of bitcoin by the mainstream media peaked at the time when the cryptocurrency fell from its all-time high at the beginning of this year. While coverage of bitcoin by the mainstream media
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A survey commissioned by crypto firm Luno has found that the level of ownership and familiarity with cryptocurrencies was higher in Malaysia, Indonesia and South Africa compared to European markets. The three emerging markets of Indonesia, Malaysia and South Africa enjoyed varying levels of cryptocurrency ownership at 40%, 39% and 29% respectively. The respective levels
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A recent survey of over 1,000 Americans hoped to glean more about attitudes toward crypto. According to Clovr, the vast majority of virtual currency investors are young, male, and relatively wealthy.
Clovr, a company focused on fostering mainstream adoption of blockchain, recently carried out a survey of 1,004 Americans vi the Amazon Mechanical Turk Platform. The survey focused on people’s thoughts about crypto and investing.
The company said more than 75% of respondents indicated they had an understanding of what cryptocurrency is. Clovr noted how the results seemed to suggest that:
Blockchain adoption in the life sciences has risen exponentially in the last one year despite the existence of significant barriers. According to The Pistoia Alliance, a global nonprofit of life science firms, 60% of the professionals in the pharmaceutical and life science sector are either currently using blockchain technology or at least experimenting with it.
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Americans are split almost evenly on the topic of whether or not cryptocurrency represents a promising investment class with a bright future. A new Clovr research report sampling over 1,000 American adults found that roughly even segments of the U.S. population have strongly positive and apprehensive, bordering on hostile, views toward crypto assets, even as
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Seventy percent (70%) of finance executives say that cryptocurrencies will play a role in the future of the finance industry. That’s according to 141 institutional investment execs polled by Greenwich Associates. However, one in five had pessimistic sentiments about digital coins. According to Sept. 12 survey, 10% of respondents think that cryptos won’t ever see mainstream adoption and another 10% said that regulations will eliminate the market altogether.
Most Americans Aware Of Cryptos
Macro trends indicate growing awareness of at least major coins.
A new August survey says the number of Australians currently holding virtual currency has nearly tripled since a similar study was carried out in January.
Nations like Malta and Switzerland often dominate headlines when it comes to cryptocurrencies.
Down under in Australia, virtual currencies are also booming as a number of entities and businesses across the country have shown a strong interest.
Queensland has been banking on crypto in order to bolster tourism. Queensland saw the Brisbane Airport become the first in the world to accept digital currency in May.
A majority of accredited cryptocurrency investors and nearly three-fourths of retail investors plan to increase their cryptocurrency holdings in the next 12 months, a new survey suggests. That survey, conducted by securities trading platform SharesPost in July and eliciting responses from 2,490 retail investors and 528 accredited investors, found that current cryptocurrency owners remain highly-bullish
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Despite the flurry of bad news hitting cryptocurrencies, the latest SharePost’s survey reveals that consumers and investors remain optimistic. Indeed, they are considering more digital currency purchases within the next 12 months. Moreover, according to the survey, implementation of projects involving blockchain technology continues to grow.
Survey Says: A Growing Demand for Cryptocurrencies
A series of negative news stories continue to affect the crypto industry negatively. For example, the latest hit comes from a recent Goldman Sachs decision to reportedly drop its crypto trading plans due to an unclear regulatory environment. As a result, Bitcoin price 00 fell by over 5 percent on September 5.