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Kaspersky Lab: “35% of respondents consider Bitcoin as a temporary mode”

"Kaspersky Lab" conducted a study in which it turned out that 10% of people actually know how cryptocurrencies work, while 29% believe that they have only "some knowledge".

The survey emphasized that there is a huge gap between the blockchain and the public, which is not known when it will be able to disappear.

More than 35% of respondents believe that Bitcoin is a temporary “fashionable” hobby.

The head of Kaspersky Lab is convinced that cryptocurrencies will soon be able to replace the existing economic model of society.

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