In line with a recent news ‘published‘ by a local Chinese media news outlet ‘8btc’, 4,200 individuals in a Chinese survey has shown that 40% are willing to invest in cryptocurrencies within the coming future.
PANews, whose ‘Twitter‘ describes the outlet a news source for sharing blockchain news across Asia, conducted the survey.
As per the answers gathered throughout the crypto-related survey, about half of all the respondents know the subsequent terms: cryptocurrency, digital currency or Bitcoin [BTC].
On the another hand, 63 % of the respondents believe that there’s no necessity for crypto as a way of payment. As well, only 22.2 % of the surveyed people were attentive to the thought of blockchain-powered tokens.
Earlier this year, the Chinese government recently ‘revealed‘ its latest ranking of cryptocurrencies, that list Bitcoin [BTC] at the 18th place and EOS [EOS] on the first position. The second place is occupied by the third-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation, i.e. Ethereum [ETH].
As reported earlier in Nov., a Twitter survey conducted by former US congress-man named ‘Ron Paul’ — that counted around 94,894 votes — favor Bitcoin [BTC] over a lot more standard forms of money as a ‘long-run investment‘.
An another survey conducted by the German Federal Association for IT [Information Technology], Telecommunications and New Media [Bitkom] stated that over-one third of the majority of major German businesses consider blockchain as revolutionary as the web.