According to a survey conducted by the Blockchain.com platform, more than 40% of cryptocurrency exchange users from around the world plan to buy digital assets next year. Blockchain.com published a paper titled “Cryptocurrency Trust: A Survey of Investor Sentiment”, which included the results of a survey of more than 40,000 crypto exchange site visitors from around the world.. The survey was conducted from November 28 to December 9. According to the results, more than 40% of respondents plan to buy digital assets in 2023, despite the fact that the last year was difficult for the industry. Analysts noted that there was a massive sell-off in the cryptocurrency markets in 2022, with the total market capitalization falling by almost 70%.. In about a year, Bitcoin (BTC) managed to fall from its all-time high of $69,000 to $17,000.. However, the survey revealed that respondents are ready to buy the first cryptocurrency next year.. In addition, 41% of those surveyed said they would buy digital currencies even before the end of this year. Nigeria, Brazil and Ghana are emerging as the most optimistic countries for cryptocurrencies, according to a study.. More than half of Brazilian respondents said they were actively buying digital currencies this year, and the same number plan to buy next year. But Italy and Germany, on the contrary, became the most skeptical countries. Only 31% of respondents from Italy said they have purchased cryptocurrencies this year, and only 29% plan to buy it next. In Germany, the figure is not much higher – 34% of users have bought digital currencies this year, and 30% plan to buy next year. Earlier, the consulting company Accenture Global published a report in which it stated that, despite the active use of bank cards and cash around the world, people are interested in digital assets.
Blockchain.com: Over 40% of investors plan to buy cryptocurrencies in 2023
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