Survey Shows 21% Of The UK Investors Are Unaware Of Cryptocurrencies

Survey Shows 21% Of The UK Investors Are Unaware Of Cryptocurrencies

A survey conducted in the UK recently reveals that two out of every five investors initially know little or nothing about cryptocurrencies. Moreover, they admitted to seeing the sector to be “non-existent or poor” before their investment. The survey exposed the ignorance of the British crypto investors’ knowledge, motivations, and exposure regarding crypto investments. Related […]


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