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35% of Australians surveyed said that Bitcoin will eventually trade more than fiat currencies – Bitcoin Featured News

A new survey found that 35% of Australians believe that Bitcoin will eventually trade more than fiat currency. Almost the same number of respondents believe that Bitcoin “plays an important role in the future of money.”

  • Comparison platform Finder announced the results of a cryptocurrency survey on Tuesday, calling it “a nationally representative survey of 1,012 Australians.”
  • Interviewees were asked whether they agreed with various statements about Bitcoin. They must agree or disagree.
  • One of the statements is that “Bitcoin will eventually have a wider range of transactions than traditional currencies.” The company commented:

Research shows that one-third of Australians (35%) believe that Bitcoin will eventually trade more than legal (traditional) currencies.

  • Kate Browne, a personal finance expert at Finder, believes: “Although only 17% of Australians own cryptocurrency, twice this number believes that it will play an important role in the future of currency.”
  • Overall, Gen Z (52%) are most likely to believe that Bitcoin will be more popular than centralized currencies, followed by Millennials (45%) and Gen X (30%). Only 17% of baby boomers agree.

  • Respondents were also asked whether they agreed that “Bitcoin is a legitimate investment”. 50% said yes. At the same time, 63% of people believe that “Bitcoin is purely speculative.”
  • Another argument is that “Bitcoin is a bubble that will eventually burst”, 73% of people agreed with this point.
  • Respondents were also asked if they have apps that can trade cryptocurrency. 15% said yes, while 73% said they did not have an encrypted trading app and did not plan to buy it. Another 12% said they do not have an encrypted trading application, but plan to buy one.

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