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64% of American adults are interested in digital currencies

A recent Gemini Exchange poll predicts that the number of American investors in the digital currency market will almost double by 2021. The survey also shows that 64% of American adults are “curious” about digital currencies.

to the the report According to Coin Telegraph and a recent Gemini poll, about two-thirds of adults in the United States are interested in learning about digital currencies or buying them in the near future.

Gemini, one of the largest digital currency trading platforms created by Tyler and Cameron Winklowas, has examined the popularity of this market in the United States in a new report entitled “US Digital Currencies Status Report”. The survey was conducted on 3,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 65 with a household income of $ 40,000 or more.

The report shows that since the beginning of 2021, American investors in digital currencies have grown dramatically and investor diversity has increased. Sixty-three percent of respondents were “curious” about digital currencies; This means that they do not currently have a digital currency but are interested in learning about it or intend to purchase it in the near future.

According to the survey, Gemini estimates that 14% (23.2 million adults) of the US population have digital currencies. It can potentially be said that the number of investors will double in 2021; As many as 13 percent of respondents said they would buy digital currencies this year. A part of Gemini’s report states:

That means 19.3 million adults; That’s a double jump in the number of people who already have digital currencies.

Another interesting point of this survey is the potential growth of female investors in the field of digital currencies. According to Gemini estimates, currently only 26% of investors are women. The data from this exchange show that women are more interested in entering the market in the short term than men. In this survey, 53% of those who said they were curious about this area were women.

Noah Perlman, Gemini’s chief operations officer, said the exchange was working to remove barriers to entry, increasing knowledge, prioritizing security and smart legislation.

This new study demonstrates the valuable diversity in the digital currency investor debate that is embraced. [این یعنی] A wider segment of market subscribers have a positive approach to market evolution in the long run.

Other reports released later this year promise that digital currencies will be more popular in the United States. In March, Mizuho Securities estimated in a report that 10 percent of the $ 400 billion in US government support packages may have been spent on bitcoin. Piplsay also stated in its survey that 25% of Americans have bitcoins and 27% of them plan to buy bitcoins this year.


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