Surveys are commonplace in everyday life and we meet with them almost constantly. Of course, there are not so many of them in the crypto industry, but when one comes, they will usually provide very interesting information, and this time it was no different. The recent Finbold survey consisted of people aged 18-64 who came from as many as 17 countries in the world, which include North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The survey was conducted on a sample of 9,000 people and, given that digital assets are still not considered very popular, these are relatively interesting results. It was clearly interesting to note that nine out of ten people would consider buying cryptocurrencies. At the same time, we found that about a third of respondents already owned some cryptocurrencies, despite the fact that 60% of them stated that they did not fully understand the complexities of digital assets.
Of course, even this time it is not surprising that cryptomens are most popular (almost 50%) among young people, the so-called Gen-Y and Gen-Z. However, this may not be the case in a few years, since cryptocurrencies begin to be respected and accepted by all age groups, precisely due to the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies and also their increasingly brighter regulation.