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Survey Shows El Salvador Is Second Interested In Bitcoin



El Salvador is the second country most interested in learning about Bitcoin, according to a survey published by Crypto Betting, a site dedicated to reviewing cryptocurrency betting websites. .

The research was based on searches done on Google Trends, the number of ATMs found in each country, and properties available for purchase with cryptocurrencies. Scored from 1 to 100, they are considered “most interested in Bitcoin”.

“El Salvador is a unique and prominent player in the Bitcoin world, with a combined score of 46.19,” notes the publication.

Crypto Betting highlights that there are 212 Bitcoin ATMs in El Salvador, ensuring that this reflects the high acceptance of digital currencies.

The United States is the country most interested in Bitcoin, with a score of 54.95 out of 100.
The list published on the cryptobetting.org website also includes Vietnam, Canada, Nigeria, Switzerland, Philippines, India, Venezuela and Austria.

The country will have bitcoin as legal tender from September 2021, but research has revealed little demand among Salvadorans.

A survey conducted by Jose Simeon Cañas University of Central America (UCA) last January showed that 74 out of 100 Salvadorans declared they did not use Bitcoin.

Source: Diario.Elmundo

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