The prices for the biggest cryptocurrencies have not moved much during the last 24 hours, and a new survey shows that only two percent of US investors own the bitcoin.
According to a recent survey by the US bank Wells Fargo, only two percent of US investors own bitcoin. On the other hand, 26 percent are interested in the cryptocurrency. Three out of four investors who had heard of cryptocurrencies also considered bitcoin to be a “very risky” investment.
The survey was conducted in May among US investors with more than 10,000 dollars in stocks, bonds or funds, Coindesk reports.
Both green and red numbers
The prices for the biggest cryptocurrencies have not moved much during the last 24 hours. They also show both green and red numbers.
While bitcoin cash (+0,57%) and bitcoin (+0,26%) have gone up slightly, eos (-0,75%) and ethereum (-0,41%) have decreased slightly.
The total market cap of all cryptocurrencies has been just under $300 billion recently, according to Coinmarketcap.
The cryptocurrencies that performed the best were chainlink (+23,76%) och kin (+15,14%), and the ones that performed the worst were pivx (-8,59%) och icoin (-7,49%).