“I’ve been to over 100 different countries and seen all different types of economies, people, and ways of life. Some of these countries’ databases are incredibly inefficient and outdated. Can you imagine what the world will look like when everyone’s on one database?” Graziano says.
Enter the blockchain.
Up Next in Millenials
While almost half of millennial respondents said that they think cryptocurrency will become widely used in the future, only a third (34%) of generation X respondents and 29% of baby boomers said the same. Overall, across all age groups, responses were divided into fairly equal thirds, with a third saying cryptocurrency would be widely accepted, a third saying it wouldn't and a third tapping out and saying they didn't know. This trend of equal thirds was fairly consistent across all age groups with the exception of the crypto-keen millennials.
Half of millennials say cryptocurrency will soon be widely used
It makes a lot of sense, for a lot of reasons.
finder.com.au - Andrew Munro
According to Coin Telegraph, American millennials may be pushing back against stereotypes which suggest they don't care about investing. A recent survey by YouGov Omnibus indicates that about half of American millennials are interested in using digital currencies. The research service recently revealed the results of the survey, which documented the answers of more than 1200 respondents in late August of 2018. Besides the data regarding millennial cryptocurrency interest, the survey also revealed that nearly 4 out of 5 Americans know of at least one digital token, with bitcoin appearing to be the best-known cryptocurrency.
Half of American Millennials Are Interested in Using Crypto: Survey
Millennials are increasingly interested in the growing cryptocurrency industry.
Investopedia - Nathan Reiff
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