A recent survey has shown that 18% of students own some form of cryptocurrency in the United States, which is far higher than the average among the populace. This is good news because it signals that the younger up and coming generation, like we all thought, is far more likely to accept cryptocurrency as an accepted asset class than the older generation. I think among people from Generation X and Millenials, cryptocurrency will be a much more commonplace thing than among the older generations. As our generation grows up and starts to acquire more wealth, the cryptocurrency market will grow as well. We are less likely to be afraid of these new technologies and also less likely to trust banks and what they tell us. This shows that even if decentralized cryptocurrency doesn’t go mainstream in the next few years, which I think it will, it will inevitably as the newer generation replaces the older one.