Grayscale found that more than 25% of surveyed U.S. households currently own Bitcoin

According to a report Publish Grayscale Investments stated on Monday that more than a quarter (26%) of U.S. investors surveyed stated that they already own Bitcoin (Bitcoin). Of this group of owners, 46% and 44% also jointly hold Ethereum (Ethereum) And Dogecoin (dog) Separately in their accounts.Another three-quarters of participants (77%) said they might Access to Bitcoin through exchange-traded funds.

The survey involved 1,000 respondents between the ages of 25 and 64. Everyone has at least $10,000 in investable household assets (excluding workplace retirement plans or real estate) and at least $50,000 in household income. Most people invest in cryptocurrencies through trading apps or directly through cryptocurrency exchanges. Few people invest in Bitcoin through traditional self-brokers or industry professionals. In fact, the number of respondents using financial advisors for cryptocurrency exposure dropped from 30% in 2020 to 11% this year.

In terms of investment planning, the number of investors who consider holding BTC as investment rather than currency is three times that. In addition, more than 50% of participants stated that they think Bitcoin is a long-term game suitable for their overall investment portfolio strategy. 77% of people said they bought BTC in the past 12 months. Currently, 91% of respondents are optimistic about their investment.

Bitcoin adoption rates have almost universally increased across all age groups, genders, and education levels.The report points out that the ability to invest very low amounts, is accessible at any time, and has huge industry growth potential because The main reason for popularity.