Summary: According to The Australian, data from the Finder survey report showed that cryptocurrencies are becoming more and more popular among Australians, especially Gen Z.  Nearly one-third of Gen Z now own cryptocurrencies (31%), and this number has doubled since January.  One in six Australians (17%) now own cryptocurrency, an increase of 5% from the beginning ...

According to The Australian, data from the Finder survey report showed that cryptocurrencies are becoming more and more popular among Australians, especially Gen Z. 

Nearly one-third of Gen Z now own cryptocurrencies (31%), and this number has doubled since January. 

One in six Australians (17%) now own cryptocurrency, an increase of 5% from the beginning of the year. Another 13% said that they do not have cryptocurrency, but plan to buy it within the next year.

The report shows that Bitcoin remains the most popular cryptocurrency, accounting for 9% of respondents, followed by Ethereum (8%), Dogecoin (5%), and Bitcoin Cash (4%).

By Mary Liu