According to a poll, more than half of Australians consider Tesla CEO to be the inventor of bitcoin, and more than 40% are unaware of the limited supply of bitcoin.
to the the report According to a new poll, more than half of Australians think that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has created bitcoin.
According to the Australian news website The Australian on Wednesday, Finder, Australia’s most-visited comparison website, surveyed 1,004 Australians to gauge their awareness of digital currencies.
According to the poll, 56% of Australians do not know Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of Bitcoin, and think that Tesla CEO and founder of SpaceX is the creator of the world’s largest digital currency.
44% of respondents did not even know that the supply of bitcoin was limited to 21 million units and thought that bitcoin, like Fiat money, has an unlimited supply.
The survey also found that many Australians are either in the digital currency market or intend to enter it. More precisely, 25% of respondents either have digital currency or plan to buy it by the end of 2021. But despite the significant desire among Australians to buy digital currency, 20% of respondents did not know how to buy.
Finder has launched a bitcoin trading service in its software at the same time as this new survey.
Fred Schebesta, co-founder and CEO of Finder, said the new service will help Australians enter the world of digital currencies.
We have solved all the complications and now with Finder you can buy bitcoins in three minutes. You just register, enter your details and deposit your money, that’s it.
Shabesta also predicted that the price of bitcoin would reach $ 250,000 in 2021. He said:
The current price drop is just a short-term event. The price of bitcoin has changed because China has said something, or Ilan [ماسک] He said something, or another government said something.
Last week, Musk announced that Tesla was suspending bitcoin payments for car purchases, causing the digital currency market to collapse. Musk then implicitly said that Tesla intended to sell its bitcoins in the second quarter of 2021, which exacerbated the market crash.