Bitcoin is the first successful internet money based on peer-to-peer technology; whereby no central bank or authority is involved in the transaction and production of the Bitcoin currency. It was created by an anonymous individual/group under the name, Satoshi Nakamoto. The source code is available publicly as an open source project, anybody can look at it and be part of the developmental process.
Solana crypto is a high throughput blockchain based on the Proof of History (PoH) and Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus. Built by a team of networking engineers, Solana aims to become the blockchain infrastucture for modern internet applications.
Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency based on the popular "Doge" Internet meme and features a Shiba Inu on its logo. Dogecoin is a Litecoin fork. Introduced as a "joke currency" on 6 December 2013, Dogecoin quickly developed its own online community and reached a capitalization of US$60 million in January 2014. Compared with other cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin had a fast initial coin production schedule: 100 billion coins were in circulation by mid-2015, with an additional 5.256 billion coins every year thereafter. As of 30 June 2015, the 100 billionth Dogecoin had been mined.
The United States is the country with the highest percentage of adherents to the Dogecoin, while Australia wins in adoption 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. y Singapur en Ethereum.
While we know that there are more and more crypto-investors and crypto-enthusiasts in the world, little do we know if there is a preference for any particular coin a coin can refer to a cryptocurrency that can operate independently or to a single unit of such cryptocurrency. in any part of the world. Well, a new survey, conducted by the media outlet Finder and which reached 93,528 responses from users in 27 countries provides a snapshot a recording of the state of a blockchain at a particular block height. of adoption and crypto preferences in representative nations across five continents. The results were weighted using the interactive ranking process from Google to reflect the distribution of the national population in each country.
As reported by Finder, its Cryptocurrency Adoption Index measures the growth of cryptocurrencies worldwide through an ongoing survey of internet users in 27 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela and Vietnam.
By January 2022 they found, among some results, the following on adoption in the United States:
- Approximately 27 million Americans say they own cryptocurrencies.
- THE U.S. HAS THE SIXTH LOWEST RATE OF CRYPTOCURRENCY OWNERSHIP AMONG ALL COUNTRIES. The U.S. has the sixth lowest rate of cryptocurrency ownership among all countries in the survey, with only 10.5% of Americans owning cryptocurrencies.
- While cryptocurrency ownership in the U.S. has grown slightly (it was 10.1% in October), it has slipped in the global rankings from 11th to 22nd out of 27 countries surveyed.
- Of Americans who own cryptocurrencies, about two-fifths (44.5%) own Bitcoin . This is higher than the world average of 39.1%.
- THE US HAS THE HIGHEST ADOPTION OF DOGECOIN OF ALL COUNTRIES SURVEYED WITH 31.6% OF CRYPTOCURRENCY cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that use cryptographic technologies to secure their operation. OWNERS. The US has the highest adoption of Dogecoin of all countries surveyed with 31.6% of cryptocurrency owners.
- Men in the U.S. are about 1.7 times more likely than women to own cryptocurrencies: among cryptocurrency owners, 63% are men compared to 37% women.
Cryptocurrencies in the world
One interesting thing the survey did was to compare the adoption rate of certain cryptocurrencies among the 27 countries. It had some very striking findings:
For example, the highest percentage of people who have Bitcoin is in Australia, with 72.7%, followed by South Africa with 56% and Hong Kong with 55.1% of respondents (Note: important, these are percentages of respondents, they may vary from country to country).
The amount of adoption in Australia is striking. In addition, among the last on the list, in percentage of Bitcoin adoption, are several Latin American countries. The one with the highest percentage is Brazil, with 28.4% of respondents acknowledging having the currency.
However, the percentages change change — a concept relevant to cryptocurrencies that use the UTXO model — is the number of coins sent back to a user after they use their unspent outputs to initiate a transaction. relative to other cryptocurrencies:
Increased adoption of Ethereum, The second highest adoption rate, for example, is in Singapore, where 43.5% of respondents said they had it. In second place is Australia with an adoption of ETH de 42,9%.
In connection with Dogecoin, the doggy meme coin, the numbers are even more surprising The highest adoption is in the United States, with 31.6% saying they own it, followed by 29% in Australia and 27.4% in Norway.
With regard to Solana The country with the highest adoption rate is Indonesia with 24.9% of respondents reporting ownership, followed by Brazil and Singapore, both with 23.4%.
RegardingRippleThe country with the highest adoption rate is again Indonesia with 24.9%.
Another interesting finding is that cryptocurrency adoption has grown between October and December 2021 in all countries.
Feelings for and against
In November 2021, in another survey, Finder asked Internet users in 23 countries whether they had heard of cryptocurrencies and whether they thought cryptocurrencies were a good investment. Approximately two-thirds (64%) of Internet users surveyed said they are aware of cryptocurrencies.
However, he points out that a high awareness of cryptocurrencies in a given country does not necessarily translate into a high proportion of the public wanting to invest investing is when you put money in a financial scheme with the intent of making a gain. their capital capital is most commonly defined as the large sum of money you would use to invest. in cryptocurrencies. Less than half (43%) of respondents thought cryptocurrencies were a wise investment.
Positive sentiment the sentiment is the overall mood and attitude of traders and investors in regard to a particular asset or the whole market. towards investing in cryptocurrencies is highest in Nigeria, where 81% say they think investing in cryptocurrencies is a good idea. Nigeria is followed by the Philippines (71%), Indonesia (68%), India (64%) and Malaysia (61%).
At the opposite end of the spectrum is the UK, where only 17% say they think investing in cryptocurrencies is a wise move. Sweden, Japan, Norway and Germany responded with a crypto-positivity rating of 25% or less.
To see the complete study and its graphs, click on Finder .
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