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People with less knowledge about cryptocurrency are the most likely to be positive on its future, according to research from Dutch bank ING.
Institutional investors are increasingly open to adding digital assets to their portfolios, suggests new research from Fidelity Investments.
Three-quarters of U.K. consumers don't know what a cryptocurrency is or can't define it, according to a survey by the nation's financial regulator.
A new IBM survey finds most central banks polled back issuing a wholesale digital currency, but are still uncertain about blockchain's efficiency.
The survey also found that roughly 25 percent of millennials are interested in investing in cryptocurrencies over the next year.
A YouGov survey of roughly 1,200 Americans found that 48 percent of millennials are interested in using cryptocurrencies as a primary form of payment.
Almost a third of U.K. businesses said they had been hit by cryptocurrency mining malware within the previous month, according to new research.
The results of a nationwide bitcoin survey conducted December by the Bank of Canada are now in.
Hodling but ignorant? An Ontario regulator is concerned the public still lacks knowledge about crypto and its regulation – even if they own assets.
Blockchain budgets at global banks' increased sharply in 2017, pushing combined annual spending to $1.7 billion, according to a new survey.