Dogecoin Adoption in the US Supercedes Bitcoin and Ethereum, According to New Crypto Survey
The adoption rate of DOGEcoin (DOGE) in the US is nearly double that of the rest of the world, according to a new survey from the Australian publication Finder.
The survey polled 41,645 individuals in 22 countries and found that nearly a third of all cryptocurrency holders in the US own Dogecoin.
“Of those that own crypto, Dogecoin sees its highest adoption in the United States with 30.6% of crypto owners saying they own Dogecoin. This is 1.6 times the global average adoption rate of 19.2%.”
The Finder survey says that Cardano (ADA) enjoys the highest popularity in Australia, where more than a quarter of the countrys adult crypto holders own ADA.
“Cardano sees its peak in adoption in Australia, where 26.3% of the online population who own crypto say they have Cardano, which is 1.4 times the global average adoption rate of 18.5%.”
More than three-quarters of Japanese crypto holders own BTC, while over half of Singaporean crypto holders possess ETH. Slightly more than a quarter of Indonesian crypto holders have BNB.
Bitcoin has the highest adoption in Japan with 76.7% of adults who own crypto saying they own Bitcoin. This is 1.3 times the global average adoption rate of 58.9%.
Ethereum sees its highest adoption with crypto owners in Singapore with 52.4% of adults who own crypto saying they own Ethereum. This is 1.9 times the global average adoption rate of 27.4%.
Binance Coin sees its highest adoption among those who own crypto in Indonesia, with 26.9% of respondents who own crypto saying they own Binance Coin. This is 1.8 times the global average adoption rate of 15%.
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