Well, I didn’t realized it. According to Wieczner’s article (on Fortune.com), there are more men than women investing on cryptocurrencies: 95% men to 5% women, to be more specific. So, some female investors are appealing on media and social networks, inviting women to invest on bitcoins. Read it:
Bitcoin is getting a fairly good week-rising more than 11% and breaking above $9,000 for the first time in greater than a month. But for Bitcoin’s price tag to really take off, there’s a missing element of the equation that may possibly hold the key.
Even though Bitcoin surged last year in addition to other cryptocurrencies, a lot of that greater than 20-fold rise was driven by guys. A single evaluation of Google searches located that 95% of folks Googling “Bitcoin” have been male, while only 5% had been female. The trend appears to carry across to other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum: Based on an additional current survey, just 4% of Ethereum traders are ladies.
“I really feel like we’re missing out on this major chance to industry to 51% of the population, to 60% of the wealth and to 80% of customer spending,” says Meltem Demirors, founder of Athena Capital, referring towards the world’s female population, who handle the majority of American wealth and household spending.