Consumer Crypto Literacy and Interest in Crypto Education on the Rise in the US
CryptoLiteracy.org, an industry initiative promoting broad consumer education of digital currencies, unveiled the results of the second annual Crypto Literacy Survey, which found an increase in crypto literacy as well as an increase in interest in education around cryptocurrencies. The survey was conducted for Crypto Literacy Month (November), an initiative led by Coinme with supporting partners, including CoinDesk and MoneyGram.
“Now more than ever, it’s vital we increase crypto literacy and help people understand the nuances of crypto, like how to self-custody and safely transact,” said Neil Bergquist, CEO and co-founder of Coinme.
“CryptoLiteracy.org was created to give consumers an educational guide to understanding risk and mitigating loss in a confusing environment. Although these results suggest that we still have work to do to improve crypto literacy, the results are also encouraging as consumers are becoming more interested in learning about crypto and, therefore, more crypto literate and likely to make the right decisions to improve their personal outcomes.”
Crypto Literacy Month provides educational content to educate consumers on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology hosted on CryptoLiteracy.org. The content touches on basic cryptocurrency concepts such as bitcoin, blockchain, how transactions work, NFTs/Web3, and more. In addition, people worldwide can test their crypto comprehension with coursework curated by CoinDesk.
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