The South Africans do not know about cryptocurrency and they don’t know which ones are to buy or how to buy. The real fact is that the most respondents haven’t bought the Bitcoin and Ethereum. They don’t know which currencies are to invest in and how to shows their untapped demand from normal citizens. The currencies are unstable. It is not having long-term value and that they were a scam. The South African people have lack of knowledge about bitcoin, some respondents planned to buy tokens, who did not own stated virtual currencies. And some of them said they would not buy cryptocurrency. Security of Bitcoin is major concern The South Africans know another major problem with bitcoin is that its current and future security are causes for concern. South Africans people say that Bitcoin payments are not sufficiently safe, referring to the numerous scams. The possibility of an attack on the actual networks is handle the bitcoin. But there is more to worry about than cyberattacks. Most South African people don't understand it South African people really have no clue what bitcoin is. South Africans have the misunderstanding about bitcoin and complete lack of understanding could yield terrible consequences. Not every South African people are able to understand the essence of the new financial instrument. It happens, when South African people have disbelief regarding something they try to fill the knowledge gaps with conjectures. Bitcoin only exists on computers South Africans know Bitcoin is the only exit on the computer. This may wide-ranging understandable but as a form of money, bitcoin strength is the most imperceptible stuff in history. The securities or paper money can be presented to a central bank with the hopes of someone will exchange them. South Africans know that there is no such possibility with bitcoin. The issue of legality One major hurdle in the path of South Africans investors who are interested in investing in bitcoin is the confusion about its legal status. Even though they haven’t been declared illegal. Bitcoin is not recognized by any other authority in South Africa. As a currency when it issued a press release cautioning users, holders and traders of virtual currencies, including bitcoins, about the potential financial, operational, legal, customer protection and security related risks. The regulator has further stated that it has not issued licenses to companies for trading in any virtual or digital currencies. that the South African user, holder, investor, trader, etc. dealing with virtual or digital currencies will be doing so at their own risk. Neither commodity nor currency Another big issue of South African people related to bitcoin is that they have lack of clarity about its origin. Bitcoin is mined using complex mathematical formulae and the South African don’t understand it. They also claim that bitcoin is not controlled by any government and so, it is democratic. Therefore, bitcoin doesn't fall into the currency category either. It can be very risky for businesses, industry, and people to invest in bitcoins. bitcoin is not backed by any physical asset, but by pure demand.