The overwhelming majority of Britons who took part in the Bank of England survey said they wanted to get cryptocurrency at Christmas.
The results of the latest poll, the British regulator posted on his page on Twitter. 70% of respondents were in favor of receiving Bitcoin or altcoins as a Christmas present.
8230 citizens of the kingdom took part in the survey, of which only 21% said they would like to receive a gift in the form of cash. Gift certificates and bank transfers are the least popular among Britons, for which only 2% and 7% of respondents voted, respectively.
In early November, YouGov conducted its survey, during which it was found that about 93% of Britons heard about the existence of Bitcoin, but only 4% of them spent part of their savings on the purchase of the largest digital currency.