Three-quarters of U.K. consumers don't know what a cryptocurrency is or can't define it, according to a survey by the nation's financial regulator.
A new IBM survey finds most central banks polled back issuing a wholesale digital currency, but are still uncertain about blockchain's efficiency.
The survey also found that roughly 25 percent of millennials are interested in investing in cryptocurrencies over the next year.
A YouGov survey of roughly 1,200 Americans found that 48 percent of millennials are interested in using cryptocurrencies as a primary form of payment.
Almost a third of U.K. businesses said they had been hit by cryptocurrency mining malware within the previous month, according to new research.
The results of a nationwide bitcoin survey conducted December by the Bank of Canada are now in.
An Ontario regulator is concerned the public still lacks knowledge about crypto and its regulation – even if they own assets.
Blockchain budgets at global banks' increased sharply in 2017, pushing combined annual spending to $1.7 billion, according to a new survey.
Most big firms find blockchain compelling, but some of those same firms also find it overhyped, according to a new survey.
A survey conducted by Thomson Reuters found that around 20 percent of its financial services clients are mulling trading cryptocurrencies in 2018.