About 63% of US citizens are interested in digital assets, although they do not own them. More than half of these Americans are women, according to a new report from bitcoin exchange Gemini.
Today, we are excited to release our 2021 State of US Crypto Report, a comprehensive report of the US #crypto market.
– Gemini (@Gemini) April 21, 2021
The survey involved 3,000 respondents aged 18 to 65 with family income over $ 40,000 per year. Only 23% of them reported a lack of interest in digital assets.
“Trading platforms make cryptocurrencies affordable and attractive. We view digital assets as a strategic part of a well-designed portfolio. Providing knowledge will help remove barriers to entry “, – Gemini CEO Noah Perlman said in an interview with Decrypt.
Among the respondents, one in seven turned out to be the owner of cryptocurrencies. 13% of respondents plan to buy digital assets in the next 12 months, which will double the audience of holders.
According to the study, the “average” crypto investor is a 38-year-old man with an annual income of about $ 111,000. The authors emphasized that this portrait is still subject to noticeable changes.
Recall that in January 2021, a Gemini study showed that 13% of Britons invested in cryptocurrencies.
In February 2021, a Piplsay poll showed that 41% of UK residents had the same assessment of the risks of investing in digital assets and stocks.
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