Survey: 1/5 financial institutions consider digital currency transactions

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 Survey: 1/5 financial institutions consider digital currency transactions


NetEase news on April 24th, according to foreign media reports, a survey released by Thomson Reuters on Tuesday showed that 1/5 of the financial institutions are considering conducting digital currency transactions over the next 12 months. At the same time, 70% of respondents said they were willing to trade digital currencies in the next 3 to 6 months, saying they were willing to deal with digital currencies such as bitcoin. Although the regulators warned that the risk of digital money was high, the number of digital currency transactions last year was rising after the soaring price of digital currencies such as bitcoin, and it is expected that the rate of institutional participation will increase. Many banks are investigating the interest of customers. Several hedge funds have tried to start trading digital currencies. However, the price of digital money has fallen sharply since the beginning of the year, and many critics of digital currencies have once again warned that the digital currency market is full of bubbles, and investors should try to avoid such transactions. The survey is the first survey conducted by Thomson Reuters, so it is impossible to measure how the institutional demand for digital money transactions will change. Thomson Reuters is known for providing accurate data and information to the financial services industry. (Han Bing) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Although the regulators warned that the risk of digital money was high, the number of digital currency transactions last year was rising after the soaring price of digital currencies such as bitcoin, and it is expected that the rate of institutional participation will increase. Many banks are investigating the interest of customers. Several hedge funds have tried to start trading digital currencies. However, the price of digital money has fallen sharply since the beginning of the year, and many critics of digital currencies have once again warned that the digital currency market is full of bubbles, and investors should try to avoid such transactions. The survey is the first survey conducted by Thomson Reuters, so it is impossible to measure how the institutional demand for digital money transactions will change. Thomson Reuters is known for providing accurate data and information to the financial services industry. (Han ice)