Cryptocurrency Awareness Survey

We are conducting research on Cryptocurrency awareness and usage habits. This survey aims to understand the appeal, usage frequency, and awareness of Cryptocurrency digital assets.

Time to complete

2 minutes

Eligibility

The survey is open to all individuals who are interested in cryptocurrencies.

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Questions for Cryptocurrency Awareness Survey

1.

Do you have any technology background?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. Not at all aware
  2. Slightly Aware
  3. Moderately aware
  4. Very aware
  5. Extremely aware
2.

How do you classify your knowledge about cryptocurrency?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. Not at all familiar
  2. Slightly familiar
  3. Moderately familiar
  4. Very familiar
  5. Extremely familiar
3.

Have you ever participated in any cryptocurrency activities? If yes, name them

The answer should be a text input.
4.

The reason behind you to prefer cryptocurrency over country currency.

The answer should be a multiple choice:
  1. Data privacy concern
  2. Government regulation
  3. Low business acceptance
  4. Security Issues
  5. Physical cash are too strong to handle
  6. Unable to pay without taxes
5.

In your opinion, does an open source (non-bank) digital currency (cryptocurrenciessuch as Bitcoin), where no dedicated intermediary organisation or sovereigngovernment controls supply, present relatively greater or lesser risk as an asset in aportfolio or treasury account compared with other currency holdings? Select one.

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. Much greater risk
  2. Somewhat greater risk
  3. Neither greater nor lesser risk
  4. Somewhat lesser risk
  5. Much lesser risk
6.

In your opinion, should open source (non-bank) digital currencies (cryptocurrenciessuch as Bitcoin, Litecoin, etc) be considered strictly as a currency for settlingtransactions or as an asset for storing/appreciating value? Select one.

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. An open source digital currency should be treated as a regular currency such as dollars, euros or yen
  2. An open source digital currency should be treated as an asset like gold, property or other commodity
  3. An open source digital currency should be treated as both a currency for transactions and an asset for storing/appreciating value
  4. An open source digital currency should be treated neither as a currency for transactions nor an asset for storing/appreciating value
7.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?

Select options to agree. 

The answer should be a multiple choice:
  1. Open source digital currencies are useful as a diversifier in a portfolio or treasury account
  2. Central bank digital currencies are useful as a diversifier in a portfolio or treasury account
  3. Corporate-issued digital currencies are useful as a diversifier in a portfolio or treasury account
  4. There is a need for an international institutional -only digital currency exchange platform (such as with the Bank of International Settlements)
8.

In your opinion, what would trigger more portfolio/treasury activity in open sourcedigital currencies (cryptocurrencies such as but not limited to Bitcoin)?

The answer should be a multiple choice:
  1. Wider adoption/acceptance of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs)
  2. Availability of an institutional-only digitalcurrency exchange platform
  3. Increased economic instability
  4. More robust anti-money laundering (AML) controls for digital currencies
  5. Significant purchase/support of digital currencies by leading corporations
  6. A sharp rise in other asset prices such as gold and/or equities
  7. A sharp fall in other asset prices such as gold and/or equities Reductions in the purchasing power of my country’s fiat currency
  8. New regulatory framework from government
  9. Rising interest rates
  10. Continued low/negative interest rates
  11. Significant social/political unrest in my country
9.

 In what year were you born?

The answer should be a single choice:
  1. GenZ (born 1997-2003) [18-24]
  2. Millennials (born 1981-1996) [25-40]
  3. Gen X (born 1965-1980) [41-56]
  4. Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) [57-75]
  5. Silent Generation (born 1945 or earlier) [76+]

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Here are some FAQs and additional information
on
Cryptocurrency Awareness Survey

What is a blockchain?

A blockchain is a digital ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. It is constantly growing as "completed" blocks are added to it with a new set of recordings. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data. Bitcoin nodes use the blockchain to differentiate legitimate Bitcoin transactions from attempts to re-spend coins that have already been spent elsewhere.

What is mining?

Mining is how new Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are brought into circulation. Miners are rewarded with cryptocurrency for verifying and committing transactions to the blockchain. Ethereum miners are rewarded based on their share of work done, rather than their share of the total number of blocks mined.

What is a digital wallet?

A digital wallet is a software program that stores private and public keys and interacts with various blockchains to enable users to send and receive digital currency and monitor their balance. If you want to use Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency, you will need to have a digital wallet.

What is a private key?

A private key is a string of numbers and letters that allows you to access your cryptocurrency. Private keys can be stored on a digital wallet.

What is a public key?

A public key is a string of numbers and letters that allows others to send cryptocurrency to your digital wallet.

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