RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Recently, a study commissioned by Sherlock Communications and conducted by the Toluna research platform revealed that for 48% of the population, Brazil should follow the bold example of El Salvador and adopt bitcoin as the country's main currency.
This result is not exactly a surprise. Cryptocurrencies are increasingly on the agenda, and interest in this type of asset is growing exponentially worldwide.
Ben Zhou, the cryptocurrency exchange Bybit, explains that this phenomenon is not for nothing. According to him, cryptocurrencies have been the best performing asset class in the last decade - in the previous ten . . .