83% Of People From Generation Z Interested in Cryptocurrencies: KPMG Study Confirms

A recent survey from KPMG, a Big Four professional services firm, has revealed that more Millennials and people from the Generation Z (Gen Z) are becoming increasingly open to the use of cryptocurrencies, due to the many benefits accrued to blockchain-based tokens.

Interesting Results From KPMG Study

The study suggested that “tokenization is ushering in the next generation of commerce,” as it helps businesses leverage blockchain technology to “classify value by creating new assets or reimagining traditional ones” with more transparency and security.

In a special Q&A, the US Blockchain Leader for KPMG, Arun Ghosh, said that while not all customers are currently familiar with the idea of tokenization, the rate of familiarity is continuously growing. According to him, “just one-third of consumers are highly familiar with the modern-day, blockchain-based definition of tokens,” but as much as 63% of the surveyed believe that tokens act as an easy payment method.

The KPMG research further noted that no other active demographic in the United States is more open to cryptocurrencies than Gen Z, as the findings revealed that 83% of the group between the ages of 18 and 24 years are more interested in the future of cryptocurrencies. Millennials are not left out, as 71% of consumers between the ages of 25 to 34 years also showed interest in the future of tokens, and more than half of American consumers from 65 years and above are also interested in the future of digital tokens. Read More...

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