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The last ten years have been transformational for cryptocurrency, shifting from an
experimental concept in which the overwhelming majority of early projects failed to a
mainstream alternative to traditional investment where one-third of U.S. small businesses accept its currencies as payment for goods and services.
This doesn’t always mean that the feeling towards crypto is always positive. Many
high-profile individuals are crypto-skeptics, from billionaire investors like Warren Buffett to lawmakers like New York’s Attorney General Letitia James. While some city mayors, particularly in New York and Miami, seek to attract a wave of crypto-based investment into their city economies, the debate still rages on whether digital currencies are a good thing for our society.
With more than 12,000 coins on the market, it can be overwhelming for new investors to decide where to spend their hard-earned cash. But which cryptocurrencies do people around the world love and hate the most? Coin Kickoff has analyzed the cryptocurrency landscape to find out.
- Ethereum (#ETH) and Solana (#SOL) are loved by the most countries.
- 68.7% of tweets about Stellar (#XLM) contain positive sentiment — the highest in the U.S. for any coin on the market.
- Bitcoin (#BTC) is the most hated currency, with negative sentiment strongest in 16 countries.
- People voice their frustration in 32.3% of posts about Axie Infinity (#AXS), making it the most hated coin in the U.S. overall.
Check the most loved cryptocurrency in every country (click to enlarge):
And the Top-10 of most Loved and Hated cryptos around the world:
Read the full study here.
The full data of the study (collected in September 2022) can be found here: https://bit.ly/MostLovedHatedCryptocurrency
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