User research resources
Below is a collection of published user research findings around Bitcoin, from academic papers to surveys and blog posts.
Research papers #
A survey showing an increase in awareness of cryptocurrencies among adults in the UK, but a decreasing understanding of how cryptocurrencies work.
Published in June 2021 by Michael Karim, and Gergana Tomova.
Published in May 2021 by Artemij Voskobojnikov, Svetlana Abramova, Konstantin Beznosov, and Rainer Böhme.
Bits Under the Mattress: Understanding Different Risk Perceptions and Security Behaviors of Crypto-Asset Users #
Published in February 2021 by Svetlana Abramova, Artemij Voskobojnikov, Konstantin Beznosov, and Rainer Böhme.
The U in Crypto Stands for Usable: An Empirical Study of User Experience with Mobile Cryptocurrency Wallets #
Published in January 2021 by Artemij Voskobojnikov, Oliver Wiese, Masoud Mehrabi Koushki, Volker Roth, and Konstantin Beznosov.
Published in February 2019 by Abdulla Alshamsi & Keele University.
Published in February 2018 by Shayan Eskandari, David Barrera, Elizabeth Stobert, and Jeremy Clark.
Published in the spring of 2017 by Mihkel Pajunen.
Published in May 2017 by Katharina Krombholz, Aljosha Judmayer, Matthias Gusenbauer, and Edgar Weippl.
Video presentation in May 2021 by Jamaal Montasser.
Launched in January 2021 by Mick Morucci. In progress.
Published in December 2020 by Spencer Bogart.
Published in February 2019 by FIO.
Published in December 2018 by Michel Rauchs, Apolline Blandin, Kristina Klein, Dr. Gina Pieters, Martino Recanatini, Bryan Zhang.
Blog posts & write-ups #
Published in May 2021 by Maggie Valentine.
Published in October 2019 by Ng Qun Zhao.
Published in July 2018 by Kagayaki “Kaga” Kawabata.