Una encuesta revela que los jóvenes rusos están invirtiendo en criptomonedas en la situación actual.
While their country continues to attack neighbouring Ukraine, young Russians are looking for strategies to avoid being economically harmed by the consequences of this war.
According to a survey shared by Bitcoin.com, young Russians see cryptocurrencies as a safe investment amid current economic uncertainty
A medida que las sanciones occidentales contra Rusia aumentan la presión sobre la economía de su país, many young Russians consider cryptocurrencies to be a “reliable and profitable” investment option. According to a recent study, the proportion of Russian citizens who know about Bitcoin has reached two-thirds of the population.
Undoubtedly, the financial and other sanctions imposed by the West because of Moscow’s decision to invade Ukraine are already affecting the economic situation in Russia. But, despite the gloomy outlook, for many Russians property and gold remain, as before, the most desirable investment.
According to the survey of the Russian analytical center NAFI, the share of those who consider buying real estate as the most reliable investment has decreased in recent years, but it is still 33% in 2022. And the 36% of respondents in your survey believe it is the most cost-effective option a contract giving the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy or sell an underlying asset or instrument at a specified strike price. .
Al mismo tiempo, el oro ha ido ganando reconocimiento y el 25 % de los rusos ahora cree que las inversiones en este metal precioso son fiables, en comparación con el 21 % de hace dos años. Los inversores que ven ganancias futuras en oro han aumentado del 18% al 26% durante el mismo período.
Accumulating and holding paper money has also become more common among Russians, 23% of whom now consider this method of storing value to be reliable, up from 15% in 2020. Opening a deposit account an account is essentially a whose purpose is to track the financial activities of a specific asset/ in a state-owned bank is safe according to 21% of survey participants.
It is worth noting that the popularity of cryptocurrencies has grown significantly in recent years, NAFI researchers have established.Dos tercios de los encuestados en este último estudio (67 %) han oído hablar de Bitcoin the biggest and most popular cryptocurrency in the world. It is a decentralized digital currency that enables users to make trustless peer-to-peer transactions.The group represented only 16% of those surveyed five years ago.
Most Russians expect the value of cryptocurrencies to increase in the future. Currently, 8% see buying cryptoassets as a reliable investment, while 11% think that buying digital digital technologies are these electronic tools that have the ability to generate, store or even process data. currencies is profitable. But young people, aged 18 to 24, are even more optimistic. A quarter of them described cryptocurrency cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that use cryptographic technologies to secure their operation. investments as reliable (23%) and profitable (24%).
A medida que los gobiernos que apoyan a Ucrania continúan ampliando las restricciones que limitan el acceso de Rusia al sistema financiero mundial, se ha expresado la preocupación de que Moscú pueda usar criptomonedas para evadir sanciones. In fact, EU sanctions extend to crypto.
Sources: Bitcoin.com, archivo
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