53% Of ‘Crypto Curious’ In The U.S. Are Women – Are Men Indifferent?

53% Of ‘Crypto Curious’ In The U.S. Are Women – Are Men Indifferent?

Crypto isn’t gender-biased but it seems that more women in the United States are now into it. According to a recent Gemini survey, around 53% of those who expressed their interest in investing in crypto are women. However, the survey coming from the U.S. cryptocurrency exchange revealed the opposite as only 26% of women actually […]

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