Teenagers in the US found out that they want cryptocurrency and Fort Knight in-game currency, V-Bucks, rather than traditional holiday gifts such as cash and gift cards . According to the investment institution Piper Jaffray’s Holiday 2018, the US teenage still is preferring cryptocurrency rather than other investment products.
Previously at the Crypto Times, 75% of the Millennial generation replied that they wanted to attend people who are familiar with the cryptocurrency, but the young generation is interested in the cryptocurrency and feels attractive as an investment product It seems.
Furthermore, according to the report “Millennials with Money” published last month, a quarter of the Millennial generation in the United States is regarded as somehow a cryptocurrency user . The report also summarizes that 31% are interested in using cryptocurrency.
The young generation seems to be interested in spite of this year’s bare market. However, at the beginning of the year the Bitcoin (BTC) which was trading around 13,000 dollars (about 1.47 million yen) has also dropped by 3,700 dollars (about 418 thousand yen) at the time of article writing and it fell sharply.
One V-bucks is the currency used in the game called Fort Knight and it is necessary to purchase items and character skins. You can also purchase a battle pass to access specific challenges and items at V-bucks. 1000V-bucks is sold at around $ 9.99.
Fort Knight is a shooter of third person viewpoint, boasting a phenomenal popularity all over the world. Epic Games, the developer of the game, is a company in the state of North Carolina in the United States and is also known for raising $ 1.25 billion (about 141 billion yen) the other day. The company’s current market capitalization is expected to climb to 15 billion dollars (about 1.7 trillion yen), and its influence can be heard.
Article Source: CryptoGlobe
Author: kaz 【Coin Desk News】 – Source Post: https://crypto-times.jp/teens-prefer-crypto-and-in-game-currency/
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