2.3m adults now own cryptoassets, survey shows

News Team, 17/06/2021

Research published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) estimates that 2.3 million people now hold cryptoassets, up from 1.9 million last year.

Seventy-eight percent of adults have now heard of cryptoassets, up from 73 percent in a year.

The consumer research shows that as holding cryptoassets has become more common attitudes to them have changed: 38 percent of crypto users regard them as a gamble (down from 47 percent last year), while increasing numbers see them as either a...

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