At 70 percent, most U.S. Bitcoin investors do not begin investing in Bitcoin until 2021. This shows that the industry is still growing fast and adding more and more new investors every year. Slowly but surely, Bitcoin is establishing itself as a world-class asset that will not disappear from the financial scene.
The number of bitcoins continues to grow exponentially
It is interesting to note that most Bitcoins in the United States do not begin investing in Bitcoin until 2021. 27% started 6 to 12 months ago, 29% started 3 to 6 months ago and 12% started investing in Bitcoin 3 months ago.
Compared to 21 percent of respondents who started 1 to 2 years ago and 12 percent who started 2 to 4 years ago, you get a good idea of Bitcoin’s adoption acceleration.
Bitcoin’s story reaches a growing group, raises the bar and inflation reaches a record, which is naturally increasing. In the current macroeconomic environment the absolute shortage of bitcoin is becoming increasingly attractive.
There are still a lot of doubts about Bitcoin
Research also shows that the vast majority of the ‘market’ is still skeptical of Bitcoin’s long-term prospects in the global arena. Forty-two percent of respondents say investing in bitcoin is even more risky.
34 percent are concerned about the lack of legislation, and 24 percent say they do not have enough capital to invest in bitcoin.
However, concerns about the law are diminishing year by year, and with the advent of more large-scale bitcoin investment products, countries in the West are likely to issue a complete ban on bitcoin. Especially since Bitcoin supporters are increasingly appearing in politics.
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