Grayscale: US Bitcoin Holders Increase from 23% in 2020 to 26% in 2021

TokenInsight news, investors are embracing bitcoin and are less concerned about systemic risks such as cyber attacks, volatility and regulation than in previous years, according to a new Grayscale survey. The Grayscale survey found that the percentage of Americans who own bitcoin increased from 23% in 2020 to 26% in 2021. More than half of investors surveyed in the past 12 months are first-time investors and see bitcoin as a long-term investment that fits into an overall investment strategy. In addition, more than half of investors are aware of both dogcoin and ethereum, with nearly three quarters having heard of dogcoin, outpacing awareness of ethereum. $LTC, $ADA and $USDT are also gaining attention from investors, but awareness hovers around 25%.
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