When first introduced in 2009 through anonymous Internet forums, Bitcoin generated its fair share of controversy. Many parties became both fascinated & suspicious at this “virtual money” or “cryptocurrency”. And now eight years later Bitcoin has achieved de-facto global ubiquity, even spawning several alternative cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum and Dogecoin, among others. Some governments & their agencies have even appear to grow hostile against cryptocurrencies, among them Indonesia’s own central bank. But what about consumers & users? What do Indonesian consumers think about cryptocurrency currently?
This survey conducted by DailySocial.id, in cooperation with JakPat Mobile Survey Platform, to measure how the Indonesian market currently views Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general. Survey distributed to a panel of 1024 respondents sampled proportionally from among smartphone users located throughout Indonesia. Survey executed from September 28-29, 2017.