Women Investing and Trading in Crypto Can Raise Standards of Living and Quality of Life, Revealed by Bitget Study
According to a recent study, women from all over the world are investing in cryptocurrencies in order to improve their financial conditions and have more stable futures. The survey examined respondents from 20 countries, including Europe, China, Japan, South Korea, and Turkey as well as other English-speaking countries, to determine their financial objectives and investment habits.
By accounting for factors like the distribution of participants’ investments and gender. The study discovered that raising living standards and general quality of life were the most frequent financial objectives among cryptocurrency investors worldwide.
On October 5, Bitget reported that 27% of female investors in the US use cryptocurrency to pay for their kids’ college tuition. Study revealed that for American women investors, education continues to be their top priority. The “personal financial situations” of female investors in South Korea and Japan are being improved by cryptocurrency.
Report says, that, the rates for men fall to 45% and 30%, respectively, while 49% of female users in South Korea and 41% of female users in Japan invest with this purpose in mind.
About 19% of Chinese investors have made at least $100,000 and another 18% have made at least $50,000 in cryptocurrency. More specifically, 46%, 44%, and 41% of respondents from Turkey, Canada, and South Korea, respectively, expressed a desire to raise their own living levels.
Users from Malaysia and Taiwan, in contrast, view cryptocurrency investments as a way to better their family’s financial status, with 36% of them giving their family’s welfare a greater priority than other financial objectives.
According to reports, the number of female investors is growing in South Korea, while Japan expects cryptocurrencies to improve living conditions. While improving family finances is the goal of 17% of South Korean male investors.
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