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Nobl Research: 25 Million Americans Are Considering Buying Crypto

A recently concluded Nobl Insurance study reveals that the crypto market grew by a spectacular 48 percent in the period 2018 – 2019. Moreover, the study forecast that the American cryptocurrency market will continue to expand in the next 12 months.

25 Million Americans Are Considering Buying Crypto in the Next 12 Months

Nobl Insurance LLC, based in New Hudson, Michigan, carried out the research in May 2019 in connection with its new insurance product, Nobl Crypto, which is designed to protect the crypto market. Researchers noted that 6.72 million new crypto asset holders had joined the market by May 2019. And researchers concluded that the overall market grew by 48 percent last year.

Although optimism about the global economy is waning, there is optimism about the crypto industry. The study’s findings suggest that we are on the threshold of a tantalizing opportunity of “an accelerating crypto market.” In effect, according to the press release,

The research suggests that about 25 million Americans are considering buying crypto in the coming 12 months. 37% of cryptocurrency holders own over $5,000 USD of assets, and a further 8 percent hold over $50,000 USD in crypto. Mainstream Adoption Will Not Happen Without Insurance

Despite numerous hacking attacks that have targeted the industry, investors still do not take appropriate precautions to protect their digital assets. According to the study, $1 billion worth of digital assets were lost in 2018 alone. However, researchers found that only 10 percent of holders keep their cryptocurrencies in offline cold storage.

Our CEO & CIO on @blocktv taking about our new report Will Tried by Fire Investors Take to Crypto Insurance? https://t.co/GPMmhQIjQW — nobl (@NOBLinsure) August 16, 2019

Thus, one of the critical conclusions of the Nobl study is that the cryptocurrency market requires insurance to sustain its growth. CEO and co-founder of Nobl Insurance Brandon Brown re...

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