Bitcoin, Ethereum, And Litecoin Are The Most Popular Cryptocurrency Investments Among Millennials
Millennials love cryptocorens. For some reason. One of them is technology that is promising to modernize capitalism, and it is free from the strict control of large governments and large banks. Other reasonable potential cryptocurrencies have to make investors rich quick, they continue to rise to an astronomical speed.
Therefore, in millennials, Cryptocorens is a popular choice for a $ 1000 investment in a recent survey of 1000 Americans.
Specifically, the survey found that 9.19% of millilines (18-34) $ 4 investment in cryptography, 4.04% of Generation Xers (35-54), and compared to baby boomers (55%) (3.08%).
More interesting is that Wikipedia is by far the most popular choice, followed by Ethereum, and Litecoin. Specifically, the 76% Millennials survey stated that they invested $ 10,000 in Wikipedia, 12% in Ethereum, and 12% in Table 1 in Litecoin.
Millennials invested $ 10,000 in a cryptocourrence
Wikipedia (BTC) 76
Athereom (ETH) 12
Wave (XRP) 0
Litecoin (LTC) 12
To a great extent, the survey results are as one might have expected. The survey rankings of major cryptocurrencies match their market capitalization rankings—see table 2. The only exception is Ripple, which is third in market capitalization, and nowhere to be found in the survey rankings.
That means Litecoin is more popular than Ripple.
Through credit currency currency capitalization
Coin market cap *
Bitcoin (BTC) $ 144,982,960,328
Etheram (ETH) 51,289,224,426
Wave (XRP) 24,885,821,330
Litecoin (LTC) 8,883,865,843
- March 25, 2018, at 11pm
There are two explanations. One of them, the sample sample is very small, so it's easy to loose someone who can invest $ 10,000. Another answer is that the wave rises in market capitalization, thus not attracting the attention of the average thousand years.
[Ed. Note: Investment in cryptography or tokens is very predictable and the market is not highly regulated. It has to be prepared to lose all of their investments. Statement: I do not own any Bitcoin.]