- There has been an increase in the number of millennials who are interested in Bitcoin.
- The report says that 30% of millennials prefer BTC over traditional securities.
A report published on Forbes took into account a new survey that was carried out by Harris Poll in collaboration with Blockchain Capital. This particular report has been released in the wake of another research carried out by Adamant Capital which said that millennials were going to be a huge boost for Bitcoin in years to come.
Blockchain Capital survey was conducted in a period of two days between April 23 -25 and had more than 2,000 participants mainly United States citizens. The new report found that there has been an increase in the number of millennials who are interested in Bitcoin between the ages of 18 and 34. Precisely they have gone up from 42% in 2017 to 60% at the moment.
While Bitcoin is gaining a lot of traction across the board, Millennials particularly, are preferring Bitcoin to other forms of traditional assets. The report says that 30% of millennials prefer BTC over traditional securities, 24% will choose BTC over real estate while 22% believe that BTC is a better investment in comparison to gold.
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