Most Americans are well aware of digital assets.
Several case studies, carried out recently, confidentlyindicate that in the United States, the spread of cryptocurrencies in society is increasing. So, according to a YouGov study, 79% of Americans know about bitcoin, and a third of those surveyed are sure that bitcoin will become a mass phenomenon no later than the next ten years. It is worth noting that according to YouGov, out of 79% of Americans who know about bitcoins, 11% invested in them.
36% of Americans believe that in the near futurethey will be able to pay for goods and services with cryptocurrencies. Indeed, there is a movement on the part of business: according to Chainalysis, on average about 10% of companies in the USA that sell goods and provide services to the population in the USA start accepting cryptocurrencies. Vivid examples such as the recent exchange of New York real estate agency Magnum Real Estate of an elite home in the US business capital for bitcoins in the equivalent of $ 15.3 million contribute to this.
International clients are starting to buy more NYC-based real estate using Bitcoin.
People are waking up to the idea that a single global currency has significant benefits ... https: //t.co/6zNA2ch0Oe
- Pomp? (@APompliano) November 10, 2019
This correlates with data from another study conducted by Crypto Radar, which is quoted by analyst Pierre Rocheard: 6.2% of Americans own bitcoins, and 7.3% plan to purchase them.
Often even the dynamics are very important: according to another study by Finder, in 2019 the level of ownership of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, among Americans increased: from 7.95% to 14.45%, while the average amount of ownership of digital assets in terms of US dollars is about 360 dollars.
Largest Bitcoin Ownership Survey Reveals 6.2% of Americans Own Bitcoin, While 7.3% are Planning to Buy Some https://t.co/WhZpX3wBLF
- Pierre Rochard (@pierre_rochard) November 7, 2019
The greatest interest in buying such a cryptocurrencyhow Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 show how bitcoin is (8.8% on average, and 11.6% if we consider only male respondents), and the smallest is older than 65 years. In the first social category, along with the desire to buy bitcoin, there is a high level of unwillingness to deal with securities, exchanges, as well as a greater interest in working with crypto exchanges.