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The Key Success Factors for an M-Learning Cryptocurrency Application


  • Octavian DOSPINESCU
  • Miruna Elena CARAMANGIU


The “buzz†surrounding cryptocurrencies in online media last year has led to an increased interest in the topic as a possible source for investments. This paper aims to identify the key success factors for an m-learning cryptocurrency application that explains blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies for non-tech savvy people. The research methodology used for this paper applies the experimental method and probative logic. A survey was conducted among 128 participants, the target population being composed of people who have an interest in cryptocurrencies and who are involved in online crypto communities. The results of the study show that the people who invest in cryptocurrencies are usually those who have a high income and who possess other investment methods as well. When it comes to analyzing the mobile applications success factors, the study revealed that there are no significant differences between people who have cryptocurrency investments and those who do not in ranking mobile apps success factors. Also, besides cryptocurrency training the news and prices are among the most important features of an m-learning cryptocurrency application and on that account such an app must include them. The originality of this study comes from addressing an innovative topic as the research in this field is scarce. Furthermore, this paper raises awareness towards the necessity of educating people on this topic, on the need to research before investing in a specific project.

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  • Octavian DOSPINESCU & Miruna Elena CARAMANGIU, 2018. "The Key Success Factors for an M-Learning Cryptocurrency Application," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 22(2), pages 14-24.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:22:y:2018:i:2:p:14-24

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