According to a survey conducted by the Angus Reid Forum, the tendency among US consumers to share access to their bank accounts changes with age. Respondents under the age of 35 were significantly less likely to share their passwords with loved ones (19% shared their passwords) compared to the over-55 group, whose ratio was 32%.
Cryptocurrency exchanges over the past decade have undergone a revolution that probably not even their creators foresaw. Evidence of this can be seen in people’s stories about engagement in bitcoin mining at the very beginning, circulating on the Internet. It was most likely done without much conviction and perhaps as an alternative to collecting stamps. But when suddenly the value of these collected "stamps" shot into space, they realized they did not know where they had put the data that could turn them into millionaires.