40% of Goldman Sachs Clients Reported Exposure to Crypto: Survey
A Goldman Sachs client survey on digital assets found that 40% of clients have exposure to cryptocurrencies.
A Goldman Sachs' client survey on digital assets shows positive sentiment toward the future of cryptocurrency investing.
- The survey showed that 40% of the respondents have exposure to cryptocurrencies and 54% predict the price of bitcoin will be between $40,000 and $100,000. News of the survey was first reported by The Block.
- Other key takeaways include 61% of respondents expect their digital assets to increase in the next 12 to 24 months and 32% were most interested in prime brokerage for physical or spot to gain exposure to cryptocurrencies.
- Looking ahead, 22% of respondents predict the price of bitcoin will be over $100,000 in 12 months, while 34% believe regulation and mandate permissions are the greatest hurdles to starting to allocate funds to digital assets.
- On March 1, reports emerged that Goldman Sachs is relaunching its cryptocurrency trading desk after a three-year hiatus and plans to once again support bitcoin futures trading, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CoinDesk.
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