Despite bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies, which are currently approaching low levels, it is expected that the future of new technology will be more attractive in the United States and Europe in the future. This, ING Bank NV Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, is done according to a survey conducted by the United States and Australia .
According to a survey conducted by the market research company Ipsos between March 26 and April 6, 2018, only 9% of Europeans seem to have a crypto currency at the time of voting. However, in the future, 25% of respondents said they expect to have cryptographic currency. In the United States, 21% of cryptographic currencies, of which 8% are held, have indicated that they expect to have it in the future.
The Turks took the crown for their highest levels of crypto ownership. In Europe, about 18% of Turks in the search period had crypto money, and 45% expected to own it in the future.
Investors Look to “Expert” Websites for CryptoCurrency Investment Advice
Western investors should increase their cryptographic assets in the future.
When it comes to investment advice or information resources, Europeans have more confidence in financial advisers and specialized sites than their friends or family. About 27% of respondents in Europe turned to expertise for information or advice on making investments in cryptocurrency. Only 8% of the remaining 21% are financial advisors who prefer to look for family inputs or friends. The investigation attributed this to the fact that crypto currency was a relatively new subject.
“It can give a general idea that the trend is complex or difficult to understand, and therefore requires an expert.If CryptoCurrency eventually heads towards the mainstream, this preference may change,” says Jessica Exton and ING International Survey by Fleur Doidge.
As far as their level of knowledge is concerned, 66% of Europeans have heard crypto money, 70% in Australia and 57% in the United States. Austria had the lowest rate of knowledge of cryptocurrency with 79% and Belgium with 38%.
More reluctance of technology, less awareness of cryptographic money
Greater awareness of cryptocurrency has also been observed on mobile devices than on those who “access the bank on the move” to access financial services. About 69% of mobile banking users heard crypto money. users.
With regard to the level of awareness among the different age groups, the differences were not significant. 25 to 44 years between the highest Crypto-interference in the level of awareness of 69%, perhaps it has an amazing way of a crypto-interference in the 65 years and more than 60% level of awareness.
On average, men were more likely to hear cryptograms than women. About 77% of men knew the new technology compared to 55% of women.
Google searches for Bitcoin fall
Despite the anticipated future for cryptocurrencies, a report released earlier this month by DataTrek Research revealed that Google’s Bitcoin search has dropped more than 75% since the beginning of the year. The researchers attributed the decline in the price of the flagship product CryptoCurrency since last year’s record level.
He even reported that online searches for “Bitcoin” exceeded those of US President Donald Trump, contrary to the interest rates that were then reaching the SCC home.