According to a poll shared by Brazilian newspaper Globo, 48% of Brazilians want Bitcoin (BTC) to be used officially, just like El Salvador.
30% of the respondents do not agree with this idea. 21% strongly oppose the idea of Bitcoin becoming official.
While the rate of Brazilians who stated that they would not invest in crypto assets was 33% in 2020, this rate has decreased to 12% in 2021. The reason for not investing is generally shown as volatility and security problems.
Brazil also approved a Bitcoin ETF in March. It is the second country to do this after Canada.
The number of Bitcoin supporters is increasing day by day in Latin American countries such as Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Brazil and Costa Rica.
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