In just over five years since its inception, Ethereum introduced the world to smart contracts, decentralized finance, income farming and non-fungible tokens.and it has long held its own as the second largest blockchain project by market capitalization, just behind Bitcoin.
Dogecoin (DOGE) is a meme cryptocurrency that it has not delivered innovation, has no reason to be real, and It’s only popular because it became a famous billionaire’s toy in the past 12 months.
So of course, not surprisingly The average person already knows Dogecoin better than Ethereum. According to the results of a survey conducted by Harris Poll, in collaboration with CouponCabin, which asked more than 2,000 adults in the US to give their opinion on cryptocurrencies.
According to the results of the survey, 29% of respondents said they were familiar with Dogecoin, compared to just 21% who were familiar with Ethereum.
Of the total of 2,063 respondents 89% said they had heard of cryptocurrencies. The majority (71%) of the respondents already knew about Bitcoin. and Dogecoin was the second most popular currency.
Other digital assets that Americans were supposedly familiar with were the stablecoin, USD Coin (USDC) introduced by Coinbase and Circle, which 21% of respondents said they are aware of. 18% of respondents said they were familiar with Litecoin (LTC) and 10% said they were familiar with Stellar (XLM).
When asked if they believed that cryptocurrencies would become the future of money, 31% answered positively and 30% said they saw cryptocurrencies as something “innovative”. At the same time, 23% of respondents said they viewed cryptocurrencies as a get-rich-quick system, while 19% said the technology was cloudy or shameful. Almost half (44%) of those surveyed stated that they could receive cryptocurrencies as part of an online rewards program.
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