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Countries are optimistic about bitcoin value

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By Mercy Kelani

Statista survey questioned respondents from 74 countries about bitcoin value.

A recent survey carried out by Statista has revealed that people who reside in Nigeria, Vietnam, South Africa, India, and Argentina have the most optimism about the future of bitcoin. The survey questioned respondents from across 74 countries on whether they foresee an increase or decrease in the value of bitcoin next year. The results of this survey has, therefore, revealed that the five aforementioned countries had the highest percentage of people who expected an increase in the value of bitcoin.

While Nigeria had 76 percent, South Africa had 66 percent. Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that has become popular and widely adopted across the world. However, the level of enthusiasm and confidence in the future of this form of technology is not the same with all countries. The optimism that has been displayed by these countries across the world. has shown the developing interest and adoption of the innovative technology and other cryptocurrencies in these countries.

It enables countries to have access to innovative platforms.

Although many people in these countries encounter economic challenges, limited access to financial services, and currency stability, they are optimistic about cryptocurrency. With bitcoin, they are provided with another way to ensure storage and transfer of value, participation in the global digital economy, and hedge against inflation. Also, it enables them to have access to innovative platforms and applications developed on it’s decentralized network, which include decentralized finance (DeFi), social media, and non-fungible tokens (NFT).

There are several factors that could explain the reason why these countries have high expectations for bitcoin. One of such factors is the economic and political instability that is experienced by these countries. This challenge makes them look out for alternative ways to ensure storage and transfer of value that central authorities have no control over and are not subjected to inflation and devaluation. It offers a way of ensuring preservation of their purchasing power and helps to access international markets without censorship or intermediaries.

These countries have cultural & social affinity with bitcoin.

Another factor that explains their high expectations is the high level of entrepreneurship and innovation exhibited in these countries, particularly in the fintech and blockchain sectors. Majority of these countries have supportive regulatory environments and vibrant start-up ecosystems that drive the adoption and development of new technologies that can aid the improvement of the lives of many people. Bitcoin is regarded as a technology that is capable of creating new solutions and opportunities for various challenges and sectors, respectively.

The sector and challenges could include remittances, e-commerce, health, financial inclusion, education, and others. Another important factor is the cultural and social affinity that Nigeria, Vietnam, Argentina, South Africa, and India have with bitcoin. A good number of these countries have young and tech-savvy populations that are anxious about learning and experimenting new trends and ideas. Also, they have strong communities and networks that exchange resources and information about bitcoin, and render support for one another in their journey.

Many countries across the world are adopting bitcoin.

Bitcoin is seen, by these countries, as a means of expressing their identity and values, and as an instrument their empowerment and their communities. Nigeria, Vietnam, South Africa, India, and Argentina have a vision and a hope that bitcoin is capable of making a positive impact on their societies and their lives. However, they are not the only countries with this belief as many more countries all over the world are adopting the bitcoin innovative technology on a daily basis.

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