Fidelity Digital Asset Survey - Overview

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The following is a brief summary of the The Institutional Investors Digital Asset Survey published by Fidelity Investments in June 2020. The report provides a detailed overview on the results from a survey conducted by Fidelity Consulting and Greenwich Associates. With data acquired from a pool of around 800 investors in the European and US markets, these findings gauge institutional interest and the adoption of digital assets, as well as understanding the key barriers to participation in the asset class.


Upon completion of the survey, Greenwich and Fidelity concluded that European investors have a more progressive view of digital assets; although it is worth noting that the abundance of concerns from previous years about digital assets among U.S. investors also declined.

Ownership of Digital Assets
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