A recent British survey of attitudes towards cryptocurrency showed that almost a third of respondents are interested in investing in digital assets.
The trading platform Cryptocurrency Ziglu conducted a survey with OnePoll, a research company that asked 2,000 Britons.
However, 62% rejected 31% of those who showed interest because they did not understand the market, and 43% said they did not know a safe way to buy cryptocurrencies.
However, the lack of reliable information does not deter potential investors.
Of the 14% of respondents who have already bought a cryptocurrency, 13% say they have no investment experience at all, and 23% consider themselves new to investing.
Digital assets were most popular in London, with 30% of participants buying cryptocurrency in the past. This figure dropped to 9% in Wales, which is the part of the UK that is less familiar with cryptography.
Cryptocurrency is gaining absolute legitimacy in British society. When asked how they would invest £ 100 ($ 137), several Britons chose cryptocurrency among the top three properties (30%) (19%).
Perhaps the biggest surprise, however, is that 19% thought that a £ 100 investment in real estate was a potential investment.
31% of respondents put gold among the top three and found their noses on cryptocurrencies. Mark Hiberson, CEO of Ziglu, said:
“Our research highlights the importance of financial inclusion, so we continue to spread the message about not just how crypto works, but how easy and safe it is to buy and sell now.”
Ziglu allows account holders to buy and sell cryptocurrencies directly via the mobile app, transfer them to other account holders and use them to buy with debit cards.