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Surveys Prove that Investors Wants To Buy More Digital Currencies in 2018

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A recent survey by the investment platform SharesPost says that the investors are very much interested in investing in more number of new cryptocurrencies. Over next 12 months, a majority of accredited and retail investors are planning to increase their crypto asset holdings.

This survey which was conducted mid-year, in July, and a total of 2,490 retail investors and 528 individual accredited and institutional investors participated.
Even after a 60% decline in cryptocurrency valuations in 2018, all the consumers and investors are still positive towards cryptocurrencies, this recent survey shows. Moreover, about 59 percent of the investors and 72 percent of the consumers are sure about buying more coins in coming 12 months. Also, 57 percent of investors and 66 percent of consumers are expecting their crypto valuations to grow in the upcoming years.

This survey which was conducted mid-year, in July, and a total of 2,490 retail investors and 528 individual accredited and institutional investors participated.

Some people were asked to rank cryptocurrencies according to their preferences and Bitcoin was the most preferred one, and then came ETH, Ripple, and Litecoin. According to the survey conducted, the above-mentioned cryptocurrencies are amongst the ones having most possibility for a long-term success.

Participants have been showing a keen interest in blockchain technology and their interest has been increasing with the passing time. 32 percent of investors and 49 percent of the consumers are stating that, in the coming future, their employers are interested in implementing blockchain technology related solutions in their organisations.

37 percent of respondents said that their main concern is security while other 50 percent said that crypto market volatility is an issue for them.

Both consumers and investors think that the success of blockchain integration primarily depends on the prevalence of relevant real-time project implementations, also because of complete knowledge and education about the technology.
37 percent of respondents said that their main concern is security while other 50 percent said that crypto market volatility is an issue for them.
Half of the American millennials are into cryptocurrency, and additionally, 79 percent of Americans have at least one cryptocurrency in their knowledge, according to a poll conducted in August by research service YouGov Omnibus.

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