A survey is a method of studying the sampling of individuals in a population and the associated practices of data collection. A survey is a statistical technique and is performed with an intense use of collected data in order to make statistical inferences about the studied population. There are numerous applications for surveys — in marketing, government, public opinion, etc. The cryptocurrency industry has also implemented survey methods. Bitcoin surveys collect data about the rate of Bitcoin acceptance, public and expert opinions on the cryptocurrency and companies’ interest in it. Blockchain surveys collect data about fintech implementation of technology — its flaws and benefits. Top-rated IT companies usually use surveys in order to plan their development strategy. Accenture surveys on insurance, digital assets and finance have collected a lot of interesting data on Bitcoin and blockchain.
Crypto awareness in the U.K. has risen, but understanding has fallen, the FCA said following a new survey.
Over 2 million adults in UK now hold crypto, FCA survey finds
A recent Opinium poll has shown that a majority of British financial adviser respondents are not advocates of crypto investing for their clients.
Crypto and ‘meme stocks’ shunned by 90% of UK financial advisers
One-third of participants see Bitcoin as the least preferable investment asset.
Asian hedge fund managers favor growth over Bitcoin: Goldman Sachs survey
Over 40% of respondents were unaware that Bitcoin had a limited supply.
More than half of Australians think Elon Musk invented Bitcoin: Survey
Bank of America noted that trades identified as "crowded" have historically been associated with incoming market tops.
‘Long Bitcoin’ chosen as most crowded trade in latest BofA survey
Newsweek published an article claiming 46 million Americans own Bitcoin, but where did the figures come from?
Do 46 million Americans really own crypto?
According to a recent poll, 14% of Russians think crypto will replace fiat in 10 years, while 39% think it’s impossible to give up cash.
21% of Muscovites think crypto and digital currencies will replace fiat in 10 years