The survey shows that young people aged 13 to 21 are generally negative about cryptocurrency

Recently, a new survey by Business Insider shows that young people between the ages of 13 and 21 are generally negative about cryptocurrencies. About 52% of respondents said they would never buy, trade or invest in digital assets, while only 26% said they are considering buying, trading or investing in digital assets. The survey shows that many young people are worried that bitcoin and cryptocurrency will repeat the sharp fall in prices in 2018 in the coming months and years, and they believe that investment in crypto assets will fail in the long run. It is reported that a total of about 1,884 people accepted the survey.