A quarter of small businesses across nine countries plan to offer crypto payments -Visa survey

A quarter of small businesses across nine countries plan to offer crypto payments -Visa survey

Representations of virtual cryptocurrencies are seen in this illustration taken November 28, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/IllustrationRegister now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comRegisterJan 12 (Reuters) – Almost a quarter of small businesses in nine countries around the world plan to accept digital currencies as a form of payment in 2022, while 13% of consumers in those … Read more

Retailers to drive crypto payments adoption: Survey

Retailers to drive crypto payments adoption: Survey

Crypto payments might be the innovation companies are looking for. A recent survey by payment network Mercuryo revealed that 57% of respondents believe accepting cryptocurrency payments would give companies a competitive edge. Among the other standout statistics, more than a third of businesses reported that customers had asked to pay in Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH) … Read more

Millennial millionaires plan to add more crypto in 2022, CNBC survey says

Millennial millionaires plan to add more crypto in 2022, CNBC survey says

Most millennial millionaires have the bulk of their wealth in crypto, and they’re planning to add more in 2022 despite the recent price declines, according to the CNBC Millionaire Survey.Fully 83% of millennial millionaires own cryptocurrencies, according to the survey, which polls investors with investible assets of $1 million or more (not including primary residences). … Read more

Survey: This country beat USA to become the top crypto economy in Q4, 2021

Survey: This country beat USA to become the top crypto economy in Q4, 2021

What makes a first rank crypto economy? A number of factors, for sure. These can range from the number of Bitcoin nodes and crypto ATMs in a country to regional regulations and the availability of wallets. The crypto exchange aggregator Coincub carried out its crypto country ranking for the final quarter of 2021. But despite … Read more

Big jump in investors who favor crypto over stocks: Survey

Big jump in investors who favor crypto over stocks: Survey

New research by consumer data aggregator CivicScience has found that a growing number of investors are selling their shares to purchase more crypto. The research questions were sent to people over 18 years old in the U.S. at varying times during 2021. The results were weighted by U.S. census data. Each question had between 1000 … Read more

Australian women owning crypto has doubled in 2021: Survey

Australian women owning crypto has doubled in 2021: Survey

A new survey shared with Cointelegraph has found that the proportion of Australian women who own crypto assets has doubled in the last year. The 2021 Independent Reserve’s Cryptocurrency Index (IRCI) of 2000 Australians found that the number of women who currently or have previously invested in crypto rose from 10.3% in 2020 to 20% … Read more

A quarter of Aussie crypto users plan to buy crypto Christmas gifts: Survey

A quarter of Aussie crypto users plan to buy crypto Christmas gifts: Survey

More than a quarter of Australian crypto users surveyed in October plan to use digital assets as a part of their Christmas presents this holiday season. The survey by crypto wallet and services provider Crypto.com polled 2,020 Australians aged 18-59. Of those that had used crypto over the past 12 months, 26% responded that they … Read more

Australian scientists fear job insecurity as morale plummets amid Covid, survey finds | Australia news

The coronavirus pandemic has had a stark impact on scientists, with widespread job insecurity, worker fatigue and plummeting morale prompting warnings many may leave the profession without more government support.An annual survey conducted by Science & Technology Australia and Professional Scientists Australia found an increase in staff fatigue in 71% of respondents – up from … Read more

Unrealistic for Covid-19 curbs to go on indefinitely, say two-thirds of S’poreans in survey, Health News & Top Stories

Unrealistic for Covid-19 curbs to go on indefinitely, say two-thirds of S'poreans in survey, Health News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Close to two-thirds of Singaporeans surveyed believe it is unrealistic for Covid-19 restrictions to go on indefinitely. They are also least willing to put up with measures that impact their social life, such as limits on the size of household gatherings and dining in food and beverage (F&B) establishments, according to an online … Read more