” Bitcoin (cryptocurrency) gives us, for the first time, a way for one Internet user to transfer a unique piece of digital property to another Internet user, such that the transfer is guaranteed to be safe and secure, everyone knows that the transfer has taken place, and nobody can challenge the legitimacy of the transfer. The consequences of this breakthrough are hard to overstate.”
– Marc Andreesen, Entrepreneur, Investor & Co-founder, Netscape
With the intense media coverage and constant buzz, ‘cryptocurrency’ is one topic that has garnered immense interest. Everyone is talking about it. Will it be the 21st-century unicorn or the future currency?
But the million dollar question remains – How much do people really know about cryptocurrencies or is it just a buzzword everyone seems to be using?
Do they know enough to invest wisely? Or is awareness still a long way to go.
Satochi decided to find out.
We hit the streets of San Francisco to dig deep into seeing how much people really understood about this space.
We asked 3 basic questions –
- What is your definition of cryptocurrency?
- Do you know the difference between cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin?
- Would you invest in cryptocurrencies?
An app that invests for you.
A common theme that came out during the survey, was that most people, in fact, wanted to be involved in the crypto space but just did not have the right technical knowledge. We told them about Satochi – an app that rounds up your expenses and invests the spare change in the top cryptocurrencies – Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple.
Imagine an app that helps you invest without requiring you to know everything about crypto. Yes, it does all the work for you.
Amazing isn’t it! Check out Satochi to know more on how you can get involved.
Till then, watch the video.
Check out the video and see how much people really know about this space. Trust us, you’ll be surprised.
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Afterall, the first step to success is to first be aware.