In our latest survey we looked to further understand how the downward movement in the cryptoassets market and the rise in inflation were affecting consumers’ holdings in cryptoassets.
We commissioned our quantitative research in August 2022 to gain insight into the size of the market and identify potential harm. Our latest research was conducted to ensure our understanding of consumer behaviour and that the areas of potential harm remain accurate. The research will also help us build on the previously gained insight into how consumers interact with the cryptoassets market.
Tim Burrell, Partnerships and Research department and Mercy Aju, Payments and Digital Assets.
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