The survey found that 49% of those surveyed are dissatisfied with their investments in digital assets

​Consumer Affairs: US boomers regretted buying cryptocurrencies

24.03.2022 - 11:25


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What’s new? US boomers most often regret buying cryptocurrencies, a survey by Consumer Affairs has found. The survey among the older generation found that 49% of respondents regretted investing in digital assets. Similar results are shown by NFT, with 46% of respondents being dissatisfied with the purchase of tokens.

Boomers refer to the generation of people who were born during the so-called “baby boom” from 1946 to 1964.


Consumer Affairs’s survey

What else did the survey show? The rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens among boomers began during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. The survey also showed that digital assets are entering the retirement plans of the population. 26% of those surveyed stated that they would like to invest in this sector before retirement.


Another survey by BlockFi found that one in three women plans to buy cryptocurrency in 2022. According to the KuCoin research, 44% of Germans intend to invest in cryptocurrency.


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