In its latest survey, Pew Research Center found that 86 percent of Americans have heard at least a little bit about cryptocurrency, while nearly a quarter (24 percent) said they had heard a lot about it. Only 13 percent said they had never heard of cryptocurrency.
In addition, 16 percent of people surveyed said they have personally invested, traded, or used cryptocurrencies in any way at some point. p>
He has also discovered patterns in the use of cryptography. For example, interest groups and the population were twice as likely to use any digital currency as men. Additionally, virtual currencies are more popular among the younger population, with 31 percent of 18-29-year-olds investing, trading or using cryptocurrency, compared to just 3 percent of people 65 or older. . p>
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Cryptocurrencies were also found to be more popular among Asian, Hispanic, and Black adults (respectively) than white adults, although there was no statistically significant difference in interest in cryptocurrencies in household income. Pew polled 11,505 US adults between September 13 and 19, 2021, although only 10,371 participants responded with a 90% response rate. p>
Bitcoin, is the first case. It launched the largest decentralized digital currency based on market capitalization in early 2009, but it would take many years to enter the mainstream. As the Pew survey shows, cryptocurrencies are generally known today with a massive market capitalization of close to $3 trillion. p>
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Most Americans have heard of digital currencies, but few have invested in or used them.