Survey: 73% of millionaires hold or want to invest in cryptocurrency by the end of 2022

a survey of more than 700 high net worth individual investors (HNWS) found that nearly three-quarters of millionaires already own or are considering investing in cryptocurrencies by the end of 2022. A kind of

according to a survey conducted by the financial consulting firm DeVere group, 73% of respondents are optimistic about cryptocurrencies, up from 68% in 2019. A kind of

the survey involved individual investors with a fortune of more than 1 million pounds, equivalent to about $1.32 million. They come from many regions, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and Latin America. A kind of
Nigel green, CEO and founder of the DeVere group, noted in the survey that bitcoin was once again one of the best performing assets of the year, up 125% so far this year, adding:

“as the survey shows, bitcoin’s amazing performance has attracted the attention of wealthy investors who increasingly believe that digital currency is the future of money and they don’t want to be left in the past.” A kind of

green pointed out that the respondents who followed bitcoin included some of the biggest banks on Wall Street. Green attributed the rising sentiment to the adoption of large companies such as PayPal and square:

“there is no doubt that many high net worth individual investors surveyed are increasingly interested in the high returns currently offered by the digital asset class, which is the main driver of the price rise.” A kind of

even the former bitcoin skeptics on Wall Street are enthusiastic about digital money. At a recent New York Times meeting, Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan’s chairman and chief executive, said he was a “believer” in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies “properly supported and regulated.”. A kind of

Dimon made headlines in 2017 by calling bitcoin a hoax, even though JPMorgan has since started using digital assets. A kind of
Ray Dalio, a billionaire and hedge fund manager, still has a lot of doubts about tecoin, but he changed his skepticism on Tuesday and tweeted:

“I may have missed some information about bitcoin, so I hope to be corrected.” A kind of

Dalio has shown that bitcoin cannot be used as a value storage tool, and that the government may “ban it and put it in a category that is too dangerous to use”. He also said he couldn’t imagine central banks, multinationals and large institutional investors using bitcoin. A kind of

the survey of billionaires revealed that bitcoin’s total market value hit an all-time high of $336 billion on the same day, and then the price rose to more than $18000, slightly lower than the $19763 it reached in December 2017. A kind of

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