The Vietnamese have more NFT’s than the Americans.
According to Finder’s 20-country survey, the top five economies with the most NFTs are the Philippines (32 percent), Thailand (26.6 percent), Malaysia (23.9 percent), the United Arab Emirates (23.4 percent) and Vietnam (17.4 percent).
In addition, the survey also shows that the percentage of people intending to buy NFTs in the future in Vietnam is higher than the average rate for economies worldwide, at 11.6% versus 9.4%. This proves that NFT has great appeal to Vietnamese people.
NFT has established itself as an asset class that attracts the attention of young people, especially those in Generation Z. In Vietnam, the same is true for some adults. Compared to other economies around the world, the percentage of Vietnamese adults aware of NFT is quite high (at 37.7%). This compares to only 10% in Japan, 17.4% in Germany and 21.2% in the UK.
Is the NFT market male or female? With the exception of Thailand and Venezuela, in most of the remaining economies, the proportion of male NFT owners is higher than that of female owners. This disparity is higher in Vietnam than in other economies around the world, at 10.3 percent, just behind the United Arab Emirates.
NFT is a type of digital asset found on a blockchain, which is a record of transactions on a computer connected to the network. The blockchain acts as a shared ledger, allowing anyone to verify the authenticity of the NFT and its owner.