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Cross-Cultural Cryptocurrency Trends: Hispanics, African-Americans

Almost 60% of the total market has heard of cryptocurrency. But if you are Hispanic or African-American, you are less likely to know what bitcoin is or how it works. Among Asian-Americans, however, this isn’t the case. According to our most recent study, “Cross-Cultural Cryptocurrency Insights,” nearly 70% of Asian-Americans are aware of cryptocurrency, followed closely by non-Hispanic whites at 61%. But awareness of cryptocurrency among Hispanics and African-Americans is low, which is surprising for two cohorts that typically over-index in digital usage and awareness. So what makes this technology so different?

Mexican Beer Is The New Domestic Beer

Advertising for Mexican beers imported to the U.S. is on the uptick. Everything from TV commercials to digital in-stream ads point to Americans’ love affair with the light, crisp flavor of lagers you can only get south of the border. About two-thirds of America’s imported beer is Mexican, most of which is distributed by Constellation Brands, Inc. In a recent shareholder report, Constellation reported fourth-quarter sales and profit above Wall Street estimates, driven by strong demand for high-margin Mexican import beers, Corona and Modelo. Beer sales, which accounted for about 77% of the net sales in the quarter, rose nearly 12% to $997.2 million. To cater to the rising demand, Constellation will spend $900 million in 2019 to expand capacity at its breweries in Ciudad Obregón, Mexico.

[Podcast] HMP Wave 5: Asian Focus: Media, Entertainment & Technology

Last year we presented a series of reports on US Millennials with a focus on the Hispanic segment. An interesting thing happened though as we were comparing Hispanic Millennials to non-Hispanic Whites, African Americans, and Asians in wave after wave of research. One group of Millennials stood out like a game of “Which one of these is not like the others?” – Asians.

The Most Affluent Millennials – Asians

Last year we presented a series of reports on US Millennials with a focus on the Hispanic segment. An interesting thing happened though as we were comparing Hispanic Millennials to non-Hispanic Whites, African Americans, and Asians in wave after wave of research. One group of Millennials stood out like a game of “Which one of these is not like the others?” – Asians.