Cambridge University: Cryptocurrency Use Seeing ‘Significant Growth’

Cambridge University: Cryptocurrency Use Seeing ‘Significant Growth’

A report by Cambridge University’s CCAF reveals that the number of people using cryptocurrency today has seen significant growth and rivals the population of small countries. Global Cryptocurrency Benchmarking Study. The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) has recently published a research paper called Global Cryptocurrency Benchmarking Study, which examines several sectors of the global cryptocurrency industry, including exchanges, wallets, payment providers, mining and more. The study was led by Dr.Garrick Hileman, senior research associate at the CCAF and a researcher at the....


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