The findings of the survey carried out in early November by research agency YouGov revealed an upbeat attitude on the part of UK residents towards the world’s main digital currency.
Over 90 percent of respondents reported they had heard of Bitcoin, and one in five agrees that it could become “as common as card or cash” in the future, the survey findings show. Notably, young people tend to be most active Bitcoins buyers and believe they understand pretty well how it works.
On November 7, YouGov, a global market research and data analytics company headquartered in the UK, published on its official website the results of the research to answer the question:
“How much we think we know about the cryptocurrency, how many of us have ever bought it, and whether we think currencies controlled by the people using them – rather than by a central institution – have a long-term future in Britain’s financial system.”
The survey revealed positive consumer sentiments towards Bitcoin despite the current crypto bear market.
According to the data, nine out of ten (93%) Britons have heard of this technology. …
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