A majority of Austrians are skeptic about decentralized cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, according to a new ING International survey.
Only 13 percent of the participants from Austria expressed optimism towards cryptocurrencies, making the country of one of the world’s most prominent anti-bitcoin regions in terms of public sentiment. On the other hand, ING found that people of sanctions-hit Turkey are more receptive towards digital ledger tokens, with 62 percent of them agreeing to at least use it in the future. Among the other open-minded, pro-bitcoin people come from Romania (44 percent),…
Author: Davit Babayan