According to this report, 71 percent of those surveyed are not invested in cryptocurrencies at all. The reasons for this are diverse. For example, 23 percent have concerns about the security of digital currencies. At least one in four criticizes the lack of investment-relevant information, slightly more than one in five sees a lack of liquidity. Interestingly, only seven percent of respondents question the long-term value of cryptocurrencies. So there is a large majority who believe in the blockchain and the technology behind Bitcoin and Co.
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However, those who have already bought Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies are very positive. Many of them have only invested for the first time in recent years (see chart). The number of new entrants is growing by an average of about 32 percent annually. Compared to the previous report, growth has accelerated again. The number of newcomers then increased by an average of 29 percent.