In a newly released survey by online education platform Study.com, the company found that 64 percent of parents and 67 percent of college graduates surveyed believe cryptocurrencies should be part of compulsory education.
The two groups had slightly different views on blockchain, the metaverse, and NFTs, but only about 40 percent felt that these subjects should also be included in the curriculum. The survey included 884 American parents and 210 American college graduates.
About 88 percent of Americans have at least heard of cryptocurrencies, and 16 percent of U.S. residents have invested in or traded cryptocurrencies at some point in their lives.
The survey found that both parents and college graduates who invest in cryptocurrencies are likely to donate to crypto education, with three-quarters of crypto-holding parents donating an average of $766 to their children’s crypto education, while more than three-quarters of crypto investments Graduates spend an average of $1,086 on education.