Bitcoiners love dogs, gold bugs prefer cats — Important new research

Bitcoiners love dogs, gold bugs prefer cats — Important new research

Research has revealed crypto investors are more likely to be ‘dog people' while gold investors are more likely to be ‘cat people’. New research from US crypto exchange Xcoins suggests gold investors are pretty evenly split between men and women, but men dominate the ranks of crypto investors by a significant margin. The data also revealed that “gold investors are more likely to own a cat than cryptocurrency holders (45% to 38%), while cryptocurrency holders tend to be ‘dog people’ (43% to 38%).” Xcoins’ research used Global Web Index data between 2017 and 2020, to find the differences....


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