Only 23% of Hodlers Have a Crypto Estate Plan: Survey
The late Gerald Cotten wasn't the only investor who failed to make a plan for his crypto, according to a survey by the Cremation Institute.
Bank of America's January survey of fund managers indicated bitcoin is now seeing the most capital inflow.
The number of advisers allocating to crypto in client portfolios rose from 6.3% to 9.4% in 2020.
One-quarter of respondents think bitcoin could double its price to north of $70K by the start of 2022.
A survey from Grayscale Investments suggests interest in bitcoin is on the rise, with the coronavirus being a driver of new investors.
CoinDesk's Most Influential list highlights those who helped advance the crypto and blockchain industries, in spite of this year's tragedies.