Since its inception in 2008, Bitcoin has grown and evolved in ways where the digital future of the world can be re-imagined. In its earlier days, Bitcoin was proposed as a “system for electronic payments” that can operate permissionlessly. Now it has matured to a point where analysts have speculated that the crypto market as a whole, which is largely influenced by Bitcoin’s volatility, is now decoupling slowly from the traditional stock market.
Bitcoin adoption has grown globally. Not only has its use case been accepted and recognized in industrialized countries like the United States, Canada, Japan, and Switzerland, but its worth has also been leveraged in emerging markets.
While Bitcoin adoption has grown across regions like the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America, no two regions are the same.
In this Forrester study commissioned by AAX, we take a look at how Bitcoin is being used in emerging markets. Learn more about Bitcoin in emerging markets: