They derive the greatest profits from trading bitcoins. They are not Polish investors

♣ Swiss investors are the best at making money from bitcoins, and the Poles are 13th in the world in this respect

♣ The French are the first in the ranking of bitcoin leaders, summing up several factors

♣ In some categories of activity in the cryptocurrency markets, our neighbors are very high: Czechs, Ukrainians and Russians

♣ Interest in the digital currency market has increased significantly since the outbreak of the pandemic

♣ In the United States, more than 40% of “coin” holders believe that they are a hedge against inflation

Research published by the online educational platform Invezz shows that Swiss investors generate the highest revenue from bitcoin trading. A Helvet active in this market makes an annual profit of $1,268. The Czechs are second in this ranking and the Dutch are third. The Czechs are leaders in terms of profit per capita, ahead of the Belgians and the French.

Our eastern neighbors also stand out, but in only one category – the percentage of the total population investing in digital currencies. The first are the Ukrainians, and the second are the Russians. Citizens of the United States rank third and Hindus fourth. However, the four nations struggle to earn high incomes. Ukrainians rank 19th in terms of profit per capita and 18th in terms of profit per investor. The Russians placed 23rd and 22nd respectively, the Americans 17th and 16th and the Indians twice 24th.

Study author Dan Ashmore explained that one of the datasets he used came from Chainalysis. It shows a group of the top countries in terms of Bitcoin profits made in 2020. This data served as the basis for the study as the team also used statistics from Worldometers and Triple A.

France was chosen as the top bitcoin country because it ranked well in all three categories. Poland is only ranked 18th. In terms of the percentage of the population involved in bitcoin, we rank 19th, 14th in earnings per capita, and 13th in revenue per investor.

“France came in 12th for the percentage of population investing in cryptocurrencies (3.3%), but a very good third and eighth place for Bitcoin profits per capita and per investor, respectively. While many others countries performed well in some terms, France was the only one above average in all three areas,” Ashmore explains in his report.

Switzerland and the Czech Republic are significantly lower on the list than France, far behind in terms of the percentage of the population investing in cryptocurrencies – 23rd (1.8%) and 21st (2.2%) respectively.

In 2021, the number of investors in the cryptocurrency market could increase by almost 70%. – according to Gemini’s “State of the World Crypto Report 2022”. The rapid depreciation of traditional money has led them to buy bitcon, ethereum and other “coins”. Up to 41 percent. Last year, respondents decided to make their first-ever investment in digital currencies.

The report was prepared after surveying 29,293 people in 20 countries. Respondents’ ages ranged from 18 to 75, and the study was limited to people earning more than $14,000 a year.

More than half of cryptocurrency owners in Brazil (51%), Hong Kong (51%) and India (54%) started operating in 2021. Among high-income respondents in the developed world, owning “ pieces” shows an upward trend. At least 40 percent of respondents in the UK, Germany and France revealed that they have cryptocurrencies.

Regulations are a concern the world over. Among people who do not have cryptocurrencies, 39%. in the Asia-Pacific region, 37%. in Latin America and 36 percent. in Europe, he says there is legal uncertainty regarding these assets.

– Inflation seems to be a key factor favoring the acceptance of new solutions by investors. The report highlights that people in countries that have recently struggled with hyperinflation tend to agree with the statement “cryptocurrencies are the future of money,” says Daniel Kostecki of Conotoxia Ltd.

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In the United States, 40%. the holders of “corners” see it as protection against inflation. Respondents from countries that have experienced a 50% or more depreciation of their currency against the US dollar over the past 10 years were more than five times more likely to say they plan to buy cryptocurrencies over the course of of the coming year than respondents from countries that have experienced a devaluation less than 50 percent

There is no doubt that cryptocurrencies are gaining more and more acceptance in the market, despite the fact that they appeared relatively recently. Institutional investors and asset managers have begun to view them as pure digital assets. Many people also use them to diversify their investment portfolios.

The Bitstamp exchange conducted a “Global Digital Asset Impulse” study across 23 markets with more than 23,000 retail investors and 5,500 institutional investors. The vast majority of investment professionals and up to 66%. ordinary investors have expressed the belief that cryptocurrencies are a trustworthy asset class.

The study shows that interest in cryptocurrencies increased significantly in the years following the outbreak. Up to 70 percent of institutional investors trust bitcoin, and 80 percent. believes that it will eventually replace traditional instruments. The prevailing opinion is that bitcoin will become the new normal within 10 years. ‘Over the past few years, cryptocurrencies have come to the forefront of mainstream investing, and many global trading platforms now cater to both retail and institutional demand,’ Julian said. Sawyer, CEO of Bitstamp.

Jacek Brzeski

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