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How Indonesians use Bitcoin

Liza Visser
1 minute read

Indonesia is the fourth most populated country in the world with a large and growing Bitcoin community. Research shows that 80% of Indonesians are still unbanked, a potential reason why the Indonesian rupiah (IDR) is one of the most-traded currencies for Bitcoin worldwide.

As interest in Bitcoin continues to increase, we asked our Indonesian customers: how do you view Bitcoin and what do you do with it?

Below are the results in an infographic on how often they use their Bitcoin wallets, if they use it more as a payments system or an investment tool, whether they trust it or not and what they think the Bitcoin price will be over time.

How-Indonesians-use-Bitcoin_infographic

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Liza Visser

Liza holds a BCom Management Sciences degree in Marketing and Economics from Stellenbosch University. She previously worked for two national event companies and is passionate about digital marketing and e-commerce.

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