Thomson-Reuters Survey Suggests Cryptocurrency Trading To Go Mainstream This Year

This can be the year of the inclusion of cryptocurrencies into serious institutions investments, because crypto will be offered by several mainstream financial institutions as part of their investment offering portfolio. According to a survey made by Thomson-Reuters, the Canada-based survey and index company, there is a significant amount of clients interested in adding crypto assets to their investment options this year.
The survey revealed that more than 20% of the clients of the said firm were interested and planned to offer (and invest themselves) in cryptocurrencies. More so, those who were interested in taking on cryptos in were interested in doing so this year, in the next months. According to the report, more than 400 clients participated in the survey, but it was an anonymous study, and no firms name were revealed.
Thomsom-Reuters has more than 1000 clients and 45,000 employees worldwide, and has repeatedly tackled the cryptocurrency subject with their clients and has also created a “sentiment” index to try to pinpoint market events and opportunities linking them to internet searches and social network posts and trends.
The interest on investing in cryptos had dropped since the fourth quarter of last year, when cryptocurrency prices boomed and everyone wanted to get in, due to a general drop in market prices. But now that the market is regaining its former position, the spotlight is on it again. Investors see it as an opportunity, even if its natural volatility is still present actually. This effectively shows that investors are ready to get into cryptocurrencies as an important part of their portfolios, treating them like traditional stock options; these firms are serious businesses that have the financial muscle to put money into crypto, and the interest in it is already out there. So expect to see a rise in crypto trading at an institutional level in the near future.

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