Global media association Forbes reached out to 65 of the world's richest people to learn more about their relationship with crypto resources.
The survey produced some notable results, resulting in around 30% being associated with digital currencies in one way or another.
The absolute capitalization of the digital money market was flawless at $1.1 trillion, with the delegated resource Bitcoin really overwhelming the area.
Tycoons Admire Crypto Assets
Forbes spoke to 65 of the world's richest people to find out how many of them are involved with Bitcoin. According to the results, 30% of respondents were interested in computing resources, either directly or implicitly.
Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon, two of the richest people in the world, are staunchly opposed to bitcoin and vowing never to manage it. Last month, the former stated that he wouldn't get all the bitcoins in the world for $25 anyway.
Buffett's opinion, however, is not shared by many other tycoons, according to a new Forbes study.
One in three members admitted to having instant or deviant cryptocurrency projects, which is more notable than the rate among people with less than $1 billion in assets. Around 18% said they have invested no less than 1% of their wealth in the resource class, 80% said cryptocurrency forms make up 10% of their ownership, and 3.2% said they have invested most of their resources the resource class. Resource class.
The 10% surplus has led to specialized exchanges, bosses or cooperatives being involved in the business but not really interested in bitcoin or altcoins.
It's worth noting that one of the people he contacted was Sam Bankman Fried, co-founder and CEO of FTX. According to Forbes, it has converted between 76% and 100% of all its assets into digital currency. Fan favorite Elon Musk is also on the list.
Elon Musk strikes a chord when it comes to princely people interested in the computer resource industry. The CEO of Tesla said last summer that he claims Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH) and Dogecoin (DOGE) (DOGE).
He recently expressed that he will not sell his crypto resources. He also referred to the high degrees of expansion that are common in many regions of the world.
In these uncertain times, Musk believes people should focus on the real things, not government-issued currency.