Regional economics and gender influence the financial goals and investment behavior of people using digital assets. This is evidenced by the Bitget report, which was obtained by ForkLog.
Researchers conducted a survey among 1,500 people from 20 countries, including Europe, China, Japan, South Korea and Turkey.
According to the results, the most important thing for crypto investors is to improve their standard of living. 46% of South Korean traders strive to improve the quality of their personal lives, while 36% of residents of Malaysia and Taiwan prioritize the family budget.
Gender also influences financial goals. In South Korea (49%) and Japan (41%), women investors focus on personal wealth.
The ratio of men from the same countries who seek to strengthen the family budget by investing in cryptocurrencies is 12% and 20%, respectively.
In Turkey and the United States, about 27% of women use investments in digital assets to pay for their children’s education. In South Korea and Japan this figure is much lower – 5% and 4%.
The heaviest investors were residents of China: 18% of them allocated from $50,000 to $100,000, and another 19% – from $100,000 to $500,000.
Respondents from Europe (51%), Turkey (49%) and South Korea (46%) invest on average between $1,000 and $10,000.
Let’s remember that according to a September Coinbase survey, one in five US adults owns digital assets – there are about 52 million people in this group.
Previously, a ConsenSys study found that 99% of Nigerians are aware of the existence of digital assets, beating the United States with 95%. According to global data, 92% of people around the world understand cryptocurrencies.
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