The research also suggests a difference in the way men and women invest, with women taking a more strategic approach as they are 50% less likely than men to suffer from a “fear of missing out” (FOMO). In addition, the research shows that women are more collaborative than men, as they are twice as likely to consult family and friends about their potential investments compared to men, who are statistically more likely to “go it alone.”
According to City A.M., Roeyer said,
“There’s still a common misconception that cryptocurrency is a game for men, but we’ve seen hundreds of women sign up for our exchange in the last few months and some of the most inspiring and knowledgeable investors, leading the way in the industry are female.”
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