According to a survey by a major global exchange, DOGE, SHIB, ADA are on the list of coins Americans have at least heard of
- DOGE, SHIB, BTC, NFT and Metaverse Win Huobi US Survey
- Huobi left the Chinese market
Chinese crypto blogger and journalist Colin Wu, who covers all things blockchain and crypto, shared the results of a survey conducted by leading exchange Huobi in January 2022 on crypto in the United States.
DOGE, SHIB, BTC, NFT and Metaverse Win Huobi US Survey
According to the research, which involved nearly 3,150 participants, the list of cryptocurrencies Americans have heard of most often includes the crypto meme Doge tokens and SHIB, the native coin of Cardano ADA, as well as Bitcoin. , BNB, SOL, Ethereum and the USDT stablecoin.
Bitcoin occupies the first place here (83.46%), DOGE is the holder of the second (54.10%), followed by ETH (39.41%). SHIB is in fourth place with 28.31%. Cardano’s ADA is at the bottom of the list with 13.07% of respondents having heard of this crypto.
Other than that, US citizens have heard more about NFTs and Metaverse than DAO. 28% of respondents said they have invested in digital currencies.
Huobi surveyed 3,144 people in the United States
1. The most heard term is NFT, the least is DAO
2. Most Heard Coins: BTC, DOGE, ETH, SHIB, BNB, USDT, SOL, ADA
3. 28% said they have invested in cryptocurrencies https://t.co/mest1K4s4p pic.twitter.com/AKlZ0lEDZs
– Wu Blockchain (@WuBlockchain) January 15, 2022
Huobi left the Chinese market
As reported by U.Today, in the fall of last year, Huobi made the decision to withdraw from the Chinese market and stop trading crypto against CNY by December 31. CNY spot deposit and trading was frozen in mid-December.
Users in other regions except Mainland China were not affected by this decision.
As a reminder, several crypto exchanges began a mass exodus from the Chinese market after the Chinese government issued a document in late September declaring all operations with cryptocurrencies illegal.
Before that, similar actions were taken against crypto miners and they started migrating from China to other places – Canada, Kazakhstan and the United States. However, due to recent unrest in Kazakhstan, increased gas tariffs, it is likely that miners will decide to move to the United States or other places with friendly working conditions and cheap electricity for minors.
The temporary internet shutdown in Kazakhstan caused a massive drop in the Bitcoin hashrate and was one of the reasons for Bitcoin falling from the $46,500 zone to $43,000.