- According to a recent study, people will still believe in crypto for the next 10 years.
- In the study, respondents maintain that bitcoin will still be active and adoption will be moving in different levels during this time.
- The survey questioned people from 10 countries in the European Union.
According to a recent study by bitFlyer, people will still believe in cryptocurrency for the next 10 years as they believe it will be active in the next decade. In the study, 66% of the respondents maintain that bitcoin and alternative cryptocurrency will still be active and depending on how accurate this is, adoption will be moving on different levels during this time.
The survey questioned 10,000 people from 10 countries in the European Union. Last year, the platform did a similar survey but the results this year indicate growth in confidence by 3%. Even though the impact of coronavirus has been massive, crypto companies are still fighting as well as investors and people behind the scenes.
The service specifically looked at Italy, Poland, Netherlands, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, France, and the United Kingdom. Going off the survey, Italian people are the most confident and optimistic in the digital asset class with more than 72% of respondents saying that digital currency will exist in a decade to time.
Looking at Poland and the Netherlands, more than 70% of the participants in both countries share the same view of confidence in crypto.
The CEO of the surveyor, Andy Bryant claimed that the survey shows a consistent progression for cryptocurrency albeit a slow one. He adds that it’s good that people are getting on board with crypto and highlighted that the United Kingdom has the smallest percentage of believers in cryptocurrency with 56%.