20% Of Gen Z Women Are Choosing Bitcoin as Their Best Long-Term Investment, Beating Stocks at 12%
November 15, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) More Gen Z women (20%) believe that Bitcoin is a better long-term investment than stocks (12%), according to BanklessTimes.com.
Speaking on the data, Jonathan Merry, CEO of BanklessTimes, said, "We're seeing that more and more women are taking an active interest in all aspects of the financial world, including cryptocurrency. This is particularly true for younger women, who are often driving the adoption of new technologies."
It is difficult to tell if the fascination for Bitcoin by Gen Z women is a passion or an addiction. Some would continue investing regardless of the risks. Besides, the crypto market never sleeps, so people get sucked into it. The thrill of trading cryptocurrencies and NFTs has become increasingly addictive. The full story and statistics can be found here: 20% Of Gen Z Women Are Choosing Bitcoin as Their Best Long-Term Investment, Beating Stocks at 12%
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