Digital currency Adoption and trends in Turkey in 2021
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It is estimated that over 2.4 million people, 2.94% of Turkey’s total population, currently own digital currency.
The Turkish lira crisis involving dollar-denominated debt that took place last summer greatly devalued many Turkish families’ life savings. They also saw their pensions and investments significantly affected. We may not be talking about the likes of Venezuela, but the lira did lose 20% of its value from one day to the next on August 10. Erdogan’s Turkey may be creating the perfect storm for digital currencies. With a dwindling economy and devalued national currency, it’s hardly surprising that Turkey takes the lead in digital currency ownership. In fact, the anonymous co-owner of Bitcoin.org tweeted about the huge surge in traffic from Turkish investors in August, saying this is how Bitcoin takes over the world.
Digital currencies ownership in Turkey by Gender: