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According to research by Fidelity Digital Assets,cryptocurrency arm of one of the largest asset management companies in the world, nine out of ten investors consider digital assets attractive due to their high growth potential.
In the course of the survey, the company learned the opinion of 1,100 investors of various levels from Europe, Asia and America. Among them were 312 financial advisors and 302 large players.
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90% called digital assets an attractive tool, 80% said they are not against adding them to their portfolio, and 52% of respondents have already invested funds in this direction. The researchers noted that Asian and European investors had higher loyalty rates than US respondents.
The main obstacles preventing the entry of digital assets into the market, 54% of respondents attributed volatility, and 44% - the lack of fundamental indicators for an accurate assessment of value.
The growing interest in cryptocurrencies confirms andA recent study by the Dutch trust company Intertrust Group, according to which, in the next five years, 98% of hedge funds plan to invest in digital assets.