Fidelity Digital Assets has released a survey report investigating cryptocurrency investments in the face of growing interest from institutional and retail investors.
In the report, it was claimed that the bull market for Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies was effective for investors to enter the market and invest.
While 52% of investors surveyed around the world say they have invested in Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies, Asians are clearly ahead of investors from other countries.
70% of Asian investors surveyed for the first time this year said they have cryptocurrencies in their portfolio.
33% of US citizens and 56% of European citizens have invested in crypto.
In Europe and the United States, year-over-year growth has been observed in almost every category, including perception and attractiveness, current risk and propensity to invest in the future, according to the report.
44% of investors surveyed see the lack of fundamental data for a more reasonable value and the volatility of the price of cryptocurrencies as barriers to investing.
The survey also found that 70% of all participating investors have a “neutral to positive” attitude towards digital assets.
Nearly 90 percent of investors said they find digital investing attractive because the biggest incentive to invest is the potential for high returns.
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