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The establishment of BTC as an official means of payment in El Salvador is a historic event that will likely lead to similar decisions by governments in other countries.

While it certainly won’t happen as quickly as it did in El Salvador, surveys are already being conducted to find out what residents think about whether Bitcoin should be recognized as a national currency.

Do US residents really want to adopt BTC?

Wyoming and Texas (which we wrote about in the article: U.S. Lone Star city is interested in BTC

) are introducing legislation that would make using BTC a way to pay property taxes, among other things. At the same time, a survey conducted by the YouGov company showed that 28% of Americans declare strong opposition to the adoption of BTC as a means of payment in the USA. Questions related to BTC were asked to 4912 people. Of all those surveyed, only about 11% think the introduction of BTC is a great idea, while another 16% see the benefits of such a solution. More than 1/3 of those surveyed don’t know if recognizing BTC would be beneficial.

As you can guess, in most cases younger people were in favor of the introduction, while older people opposed such an idea.

Brazilians are interested in Bitcoin

More enthusiasm about the oldest cryptocurrency can be seen in Brazil. Sherlock Communications conducted a survey that showed that as many as 48% of residents are in favor of BTC being recognized as a means of payment in the country. Even more respondents (56%) support El Salvador’s decision.

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While not all Brazilians are in favor of BTC adoption, the vast majority of those surveyed not only want the introduction or acknowledge that it could bring many benefits, but also predict that more and more people will use BTC in the near future. The extreme scenario, which in this case means the end of the entire cryptocurrency market in Brazil, is predicted by only 4% of respondents.

Just a few years ago, even the biggest cryptocurrency enthusiasts would not have thought that BTC could be an official means of payment. Now, instead, one can wonder which countries will introduce cryptocurrency next and which will take no action and probably lose out in the future.

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