Cryptocurrencies continue to gain popularity and officialdom day by day. Recently, the government of El Salvador announced that Bitcoin will be used as the official currency in the country. On top of that, Brazilian and US citizens The official currency of Bitcoin
Turns out he wanted it to go into effect as .
According to a survey shared by Brazilian newspaper Globo, 48% of Brazilians want Bitcoin (BTC) to be used officially. While 30% of the respondents do not agree with this idea, 21% He strongly opposes the idea of making Bitcoin official.
The proportion of those who do not trust cryptocurrencies in Brazil has decreased drastically:
While the rate of Brazilians who stated that they would not invest in cryptocurrencies was 33% in 2020, this rate decreased to 12% in 2021. The reason for not investing is generally shown as volatility and security concerns.
According to a new survey by YouGov, more than a quarter of US citizens, like Brazilians, want Bitcoin to be officially recognized. Of the 4,912 Americans surveyed, 11% of them support such an attempt in a significant way. 16% partially support it.
US young adults welcome Bitcoin:
The majority of people who want to make Bitcoin official are in the middle of the 25-34 age range. This also applies to those demanding the official adoption of Bitcoin. corresponds to 44%. While only 11% of the Baby Boomer generation is in favor of such an attempt, 43% strongly oppose the idea.
Americans who want the official adoption of Bitcoin 21% of them have income over $80,000 per year is located. 11% of Americans earning less than $40,000 are in favor of Bitcoin adoption.