International bitcoin survey launches, promising big rewards for participants

Irish bitcoin publication BitcoinsInIreland.com has launched its second annual international bitcoin survey, examining bitcoin use and the experiences of bitcoin and blockchain users worldwide.

The survey, launched today and running until 30 June, will ask participants about their interest in bitcoin and their experience with bitcoin wallets, trading and mining, as well as their usage of bitcoin faucets – reward systems that provide users with free bitcoin for completing tasks – and bitcoin gambling service providers.

As a reward for completing the survey, participants will be eligible to win a share of 1.25 bitcoin (BTC) – equivalent to roughly €580, at today’s exchange rate – divvied up between 16 payments over three months: five prizes of 0.05BTC at the end of April, May and June, and a 0.50BTC top prize awarded in July.

The survey will be available for the first time in multiple-languages, and BitcoinsInIreland.com editor Jamie McCormick anticipates this year’s survey to be one of the most comprehensive public, non-US-centric surveys into the cryptocurrency and related technologies.

“Much of the research conducted on bitcoin to date is North America-focused, with little focus on European or international usage of the cryptocurrency [and the] added barrier of costing a lot of money to purchase and read,” says McCormick.

“Last year got a great response in part due to our openness, publishing our results for the bitcoin community to read and interpret, and this year we will have even ore detail as we compare bitcoin use in 10 non-English languages.”

A final report will be published online, readable for free, when the survey is completed.

In the meantime, information and proof of prize payment will be released via BitcoinsInIreland.com’s Twitter and Facebook pages, and running updates will be given on major forums and communities during the course of the survey.

Those interested in participating can find links to the localised surveys on the BitcoinsInIreland.com website.

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