New Surveys Show How Employees View the Idea of Cryptocurrency Salary
More than 1/3 of Employees in a Survey Said They Want to Get Paid in Cryptocurrency. Nearly half said they wanted NFTs as performance rewards.
Can Salaries Be Given with Cryptocurrencies in the Future?
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers getting paid in cryptocurrency made headlines A recent survey showed that interest in the idea may be spreading, with more than a third of surveyed workers saying they would like a portion of their pay to be paid in cryptocurrency.
The study, published in March by financial services company SoFi, found that 36% of 1,600 HR leaders and employees surveyed would like to receive some or all of their salary in cryptocurrency. Additionally, 42% of survey respondents wanted to receive non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, as performance rewards.
The survey was conducted last December and is part of a company report called The Future of Financial Wellbeing in the Workplace . Other findings from the survey: 75% of workers had at least one major source of financial stress, 51% felt more stressed about their finances than ever in 2021, and 25% had a second part-time job or more took a loan. card debt.
Cryptocurrency is being taken a more serious look by the mainstream. U.S. President Joe Biden signed an executive order in March requiring the Treasury Department to study the risks and benefits of government digital assets.
Do you think we can see such approaches in our country?