The Deepest PocketsIt seems that the USA, however, still comes up short when compared to Europe and Asia. Europeans bested the USA by just one percent, with nine percent of the total population owning crypto. The report does not give an overall ownership number for Asia as a continent, but some of the most notable countries with high ownership percentages include Japan with 11 percent, India with seven percent, South Korea with six percent, and China with three percent — making Asia the clear pack leader in terms of cryptocurrency owners.
The USA In The Slow LaneMany Americans are still skeptical about cryptocurrency. The study found that the difficulty of understanding and use of digital currencies, risk, and the belief that crypto is a bubble are the top factors keeping newcomers from investing. The confusing state of regulations on things like ownership and taxation also vary from state to state, making it difficult for even those who understand cryptocurrency and want to invest to actually do so. The study projects that the number of investors will continue to grow, however, expecting eight percent to rise to 21 percent in the future. In Europe, more than one-quarter of the people are projected to own cryptocurrency in the future. Do you think Asia will continue to lead the pack in terms of crypto ownership? Will another altcoin overtake Bitcoin as the most owned in the coming years? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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