CoinSchedule’s 2019 Annual Crypto Sentiment Report – published today

Report finds that most respondents are in crypto for the long-term but lack of trust remains.
2018 was a tumultuous year for cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin lost over 80% of its value since its all-time high at the end of 2017, and most coins experienced a significant fall over this same period.

CoinSchedule conduced a survey of its user base in December 2018 to find out how the crypto community felt about the events of 2018 and to gauge their outlook for the twelve months ahead.

CoinSchedule’s 2019 Annual Crypto Sentiment Report, published today, includes analysis of the following:

– Whether the price crash in 2018 reduced enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies
– Why people have bought into cryptocurrencies
– What are seen to be the main problems in the crypto sector
– Bitcoin price predictions for 2019
– What would incentivise people to buy more cryptocurrencies

Alex Buelau, CEO at CoinSchedule, commented:

“It is clear that 2018 was a challenging year for crypto across the board, and our survey has provided some great insights into how the last twelve months has impacted the community. Interestingly, and very positively, most respondents appear to be committed to crypto for the long-term – being keenly interested in the fundamentals underpinning cryptocurrencies, not just focused on short-term price increases. At the same time, however, a common theme throughout the report is a lack of trust in the sector.

“This is an area that we at CoinSchedule will continue to prioritise over the coming year and beyond, along with our focus on ensuring that crypto participants have access to full and reliable information to support their decision making.”

The report is available to download on CoinSchedule’s website. 

Adam Richards-Gray
Adam joined CoinSchedule in November 2018 as Head of Marketing & PR, and is responsible for the development and execution of the company’s go to market activity across all service-lines.

He has nearly 20 years’ experience in marketing communications within financial services, having worked for the regulator and in senior roles in regulatory-focused professional services firms.

Before joining CoinSchedule, Adam was Head of Marketing at Huntswood – a specialist resourcing and consultancy firm in the regulatory sphere – and prior to that was Head of Marketing at financial research company Defaqto. He also spent six years at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), working in a range of central communications roles. Prior to that, Adam had worked at Parliament, for a high-profile MP, and for a regulated firm.

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