Businesses are more interested in cryptocurrencies than governments – research
In developed countries, they are much less interested in cryptocurrencies than in developing countries.
People with higher education more have a positive attitude towards cryptocurrencies.
Business is likely to become the main beneficiary from the introduction of cryptocurrencies.
International consortium news organizations, developing transparency standards.
In the consumer sector, the popularity of non-cash settlement methods such as digital currencies is growing every day..
Businesses are far more interested in using cryptocurrencies than the consumer sector or governments themselves.. According to poll The Economist, more than half (55%) of those surveyed believe that they will benefit the most from the introduction of cryptocurrencies only business.
About 24% are confident that the consumer sector will benefit further and only 19% believe that governments will find cryptocurrency applications most useful.
“I think there will be new innovations in ten years,” says one of those interviewed named Lewis.
Despite the many new digital payment methods, most of those surveyed are still considers, what is the most common form of payment is an debit card. The second most preferred option is online banking. Cryptocurrencies, as it turned out, took last thing place in the poll.
Only 5% of those surveyed stated that “always»Use cryptocurrencies, while 10% stated, that cryptocurrencies are used quite “often”.
but for of the surveyed cryptocurrencies are still the most well-known form of digital currency. Cryptocurrency awareness in developed countries reached 79% (92% in developing countries).
It is noteworthy that much more knowledge about cryptocurrencies has been demonstrated in developing countries: 41% intend to start using and 23% are already using digital assets. Topics time on developed markets only 19% intend start using cryptocurrencies and 9% already use.
“Some groups of the population prefer digital currency physical money“- says Anthony Lewis, author of the book” The Basics bitcoin and blockchain: an introduction to cryptocurrencies and the technologies that govern them “.
Also, according to the survey, those with higher education in two times more often reported the use of cryptocurrencies, than those with only a secondary education diploma.
Previously edition BeInCrypto, eg, reported that the Bitcom crypto association held a number of consultations in the EU on regulating the circulation of cryptocurrencies in the territories of the Union countries.
The representatives of the association noted the importance of establishing uniform rules for regulating cryptocurrencies in the EU, which can improve the EU economy in moment emergencies.
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