The Bitcoin Sentiment Tracker - Consumer Study
Payments Canada and CorbinPartners Inc today published The Bitcoin Sentiment Tracker, new research that explores Canadians’ perceptions and attitudes towards Bitcoin, one of the world’s most popular digital currencies.
The research indicates that consumer intrigue and investment potential are the key factors spurring the acquisition of Bitcoin to date, but consumer use of Bitcoin as a payment method is still in its infancy. While the future potential of the digital currency is hotly debated, it is widely established today, evidenced by its budding network of trading exchanges, reported acceptance at more than 100,000 businesses worldwide, and adoption of its blockchain based technology by an increasing number of multinational corporations.
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