Anoverwhelming majorityofthe Britishindividuals, around 93% – know about Bitcoin [BTC],whileonly solely 4%claimto have purchasedit, as per a new analysis survey report published.
In line with a recent survey report published by UK market research company named ‘YouGov,’9out of10Brits know about Bitcoin [BTC], however, they report not understanding it.Solely4%of thesesurveyed claimed theyacknowledgeBitcoin “very well,”whereas 23% state theyknow it“fairly well,” with mennearlythricecompared towomento say so [33% against12%]. Younger Brits prevail amongthose thatclaimedto knowBitcoin, the report states.
In terms of actual investments in Bitcoin [BTC], youngervotersare alsoin the first position. One in eleven [9%] of British18to24yrs olds have purchased Bitcoin,comparedto onein a veryhundred [1%] forindividualsoverthe age of 55. However, overall,around4%of the respondents have purchased Bitcoin, with the gender break downconsiderablymoremales –6%of men, compared to1% of womensurveyed.
Additionally,a considerablenumberofyouth,36%of thosesurveyedwithin the18to24yrold range, claim theyin personunderstandsomeone whohas bought Bitcoin [BTC] before.
The GermanConsumersCenters of2federal states,HesseandSaxony, have recently conductedan identicalsurvey. Out of 1,000 Germans between the ages ofeighteenandthirty-ninepolled,around 55% claimed that they have heard something regarding cryptocurrencies before. Further,28%of respondents fromeighteentotwenty ninefoundinvesting incryptocurrencies to be “conceivable.”