In South Korea, a surge in cryptocurrency interest among the youth is reshaping hope for the "N-Po generation," a term signifying being left behind.

Faced with a challenging economic landscape, this demographic, spanning ages 20 to 39, is increasingly turning towards the digital currency market and the potential of Web3 technology for solace and opportunity.

Their economic struggles trace back to the 1997 financial crisis, which severely devalued the Korean won and led to an International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout, marking the start of their hardships.

This shift towards digital assets represents a beacon of hope for the N-Po generation, as they navigate the pressures of their socio-economic environment.