Fidelity report: up to 36% of institutional investors own crypto assets

Fidelity Digital Assets, a subsidiary of asset management giant Fidelity, has released a survey report on digital assets, which includes nearly 774 institutional investors in the United States and Europe (including pension funds, family offices, financial advisers) And hedge funds, etc.). The main points of the report are as follows: 1. Up to 36% of institutional investors own crypto assets; 2. Bitcoin is the most popular crypto asset owned, followed by Ethereum. More than 25% of institutional investors hold bitcoin and 11% of investors hold Ethereum; 3. Of the 393 institutional investors in the United States, 27% of investors said they held crypto assets, compared with a year ago When surveying 441 US companies, the value was 22%; 4. Of the 381 institutional investors in Europe, 45% had crypto assets; 5. Over 60% of these institutional investors investing in digital assets Investors buy digital assets directly. Commenting on the survey report, Tom Jessop, President of Fidelity Digital Assets, said: “These results confirm a trend we have seen in the market that people are increasingly interested in digital assets and accept digital assets as one. A new class of investable assets.” Lianwen Note, this survey was conducted by financial services consulting firm Greenwich Associates from November last year to March this year.