For recruiters and employers, paying in digital coins could be an enticement for attracting top talent: 83% of respondents said they'd be happy to receive bonuses in cryptocurrencies while 72% said they would prefer cryptocurrency as payment option when choosing their next employer. "92% of the survey respondents were male, 40% were aged between 25 and 34 and 75% are currently employed." The fact that Bitcoin is regarded as digital asset could help recipients spend less in the hopes that their electronic "gold holdings" gain value in the future. According to same survey, 50% think that a crypto-denominated salary would help them spend less and only 19% would use it to make transactions. "With respect to the markets that will switch to payment of salaries in cryptocurrencies, Japan (32%) is perceived as the leader. The US (15%) and South Korea (15%) are next in line, but US respondents believe more in South Korea (25%) than in Japan (only 13%)," according to Chronobank. "In Russia, 47% believe that Japan is the dominant leader of the industry. And 57% of respondents are also confident that such initiatives will positively affect the economic growth of countries who adopt them. Interestingly, 65% of those surveyed in the US said they are willing to pay taxes on crypto salaries compared with Russia where only 30% answered the same."
Remember the ChronoBank Community Survey “Would you get paid in cryptocurrencies if you could”? ?? Crypto News Magazine https://t.co/pZL2YIVfKR published an article releasing the final analysis: https://t.co/G1OzdtdjcN pic.twitter.com/sbm3Fhe6AD— Chronobank.io (@ChronobankNews) September 12, 2018