The Romir Research Holding Survey showed that less than half of Russians understand what cryptocurrency is, and people with low income disassembled in this matter better than secured.
I heard 68% of respondents about Bitcoin, and 4% know about the ether, the remaining coins are even lower. Despite frequent mention in the media and governments’s close attention to the topic of virtual currencies, 56% of Russians have no idea about them. Only 31% of citizens said that they only understand what cryptocurrency is. Moreover, people with low demand so responded in 38% of cases, and secured only 26%. Just 13% of respondents are well versed in this thread, and only 2% own cryptocurrency.
According to Romir, 76% of the owners of coins were told that they were invested in order to profit, and more than half of them said that they received the desired result. However, 24% was investing due to fashion, 16% planned to use coins as a means of payment, and 15% under the influence of advertising.
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Among those who at least about knowing about cryptocurrency, 36% consider it a means of payment, 38% said that these are full-fledged digital money. Part (17%) refers to coins as to the scam response, and 6% compare the virtual currency with gambling.
In a successful future, the cryptocurrency is confidently confident 15% of citizens (among young people, this indicator reaches 26%), and 13% predict failure. The rest were not so categorical, but 42% positively look at the development prospects of the industry.
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