12% of the adult U.S. population own cryptocurrencies, the survey showed

As you know, the adoption of cryptocurrencies is getting bigger every day and there is a high probability that people in your area who only had 2 years ago did not own any cryptocurrencies already own some altcoin. This is a clear step forward in the adoption of cryptocurrencies, and this trend has been confirmed by the Federal Reserve Survey itself, which, for the first time in history, included issues related to digital assets in a survey. The survey was conducted on a sample of 11,000 adults across the country to measure the economic health of consumers.

The survey was, of course, conducted in the United States and revealed very interesting information, such as the fact that up to 12% of adults in the United States have a cryptocurrency. While most holders used digital assets as protection against inflation, 2% of participants said they used cryptocurrencies as a way to pay for purchases. The results of the survey thus indicate further growing interest in this sector, as more than a tenth of the US population owns digital assets. Also interesting are the results of another interstate survey two months ago, which we informed you about in a separate article, which showed that 9 out of 10 people were considering buying cryptocurrencies.