The conclusion of a new survey carried out by the Tokyo Stock Exchange with bitFyler cryptocurrency and published by FStech.co.uk is that, according to Europeans, cryptocurrency will also be 10 years old.
According to bitFlyer, who was licensed to do business in the European Union in 2018, up to 10,000 Europeans were involved. The goal was to find out what they thought about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The survey was conducted in ten countries: Great Britain, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, and Spain.
More than 50% of respondents (on average 63%) responded positively in each country to the question of whether cryptocurrencies would be 10 years old. In Norway the most (73%), least trusting them in France (55%).
The same question came to Bitcoin itself. Its existence for another 10 years is something Europeans trust a little less - on average, only 49% of respondents said they would survive the next decade. They most trust Bitcoin in Italy (55%), the least in France (40%).
Very few respondents expect Bitcoin to continue to exist as an investment product by 10 years. On average, only 7% of Europeans believe it. Most in Poland (11%), the least in the UK (4%).
BitFlyer's European COO Andy Bryant noted that cryptocurrency has already gone through the "hack" phase, and it is now important to develop and successfully promote all the benefits they offer so that people can understand how this technology works and that it can benefit society as a whole.
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