Crypto has seen a surge in mainstream interest in 2021, thanks in large part to “meme coins”
like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, as well as an NFT explosion supported by big name celebrities,
ranging from Paris Hilton to Snoop Dogg. DeFi, another emerging sector contributing to the
overall growth of digital currencies, has also helped drive greater crypto adoption, with major
financial institutions such as Visa, Paypal, and Square exploring use cases.
But while these may be perceived as positive developments in the eyes of excited blockchain
enthusiasts and techies, the average person isn’t buying the hype—at least for now. From
concerns about regulation and security to a general lack of knowledge about the nascent
industry, there are many barriers preventing crypto from becoming a mainstream asset class.
To learn more, we conducted an in-depth survey to learn how the average person views
cryptocurrencies, their thoughts on emerging trends, and if they plan on investing in the space
in the future.
Click on the link below to access the full report