Up to 54% of Goldman Sachs survey respondents believe that BTC will keep its price between $ 40K-$ 100K in 12 months

Up to 54% of Goldman Sachs survey respondents believe that BTC will keep its price between $ 40K-$ 100K in 12 months
  • Goldman Sachs’s clients are increasingly interested in cryptocurrencies, as evidenced by the results of a recent survey.

The world-renowned investment bank based in New York is beginning to accept the fact that cryptocurrencies are an attractive investment asset.

One piece of evidence is a recent digital assets client survey, published yesterday by Max Milton of Goldman Sachs and reproduced by The Block.

This survey revealed more than positive feedback from investors, as up to 54% of them predicted the price of BTC for the next 12 months in the range of $ 40K – $ 100K. Even more surprising was the statement from 22% of respondents that BTC will be over $ 100k in 12 months.

Regarding digital asset exposure in this regard, up to 61% of respondents said they expect their digital asset holdings to increase for the next 12-24 months.

It was also interesting to watch which cryptocurrencies are the most attractive for investors. In this respect, BTC won with a significant lead with 42%, followed by ETH with 29%, other cryptocurrencies with 16% and stablecoins with 13%.

Regarding the attitude towards crypto on the part of ordinary US citizens, we have only recently published a survey where up to 50% of them stated that cryptocurrencies are safe. In another question, even 41% of respondents said that investing in cryptocurrencies is as risky as those in the stock market.

Read also: The Attorney General of New York warns residents against investing in cryptocurrencies

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