As per a report by the brokerage servicer eToro, only 15 percent of Bitcoin traders are women. 

In the field of digital currency, though this indicates a gender gap, the proportion of women participating in digital currencies is rising. Women trading in Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) accounted for 10% and 11% respectively in early 2020, but rose to 15% and 12%  over the previous year. 

A Crypto Twitter (CT) poll operated by a investor also shows that just over 8 percent of investors are women.

The number of subscribers on the website has also soared amidst the continuing bull mania. Over the last year, eToro consumers have more than doubly increased while their average age is dropping. 

The average buyer age for Bitcoin has fallen from 37 in 2017 to 35 currently. As for typical Ethereum holders, over the same time, it fell from 35 to 32.

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Simon Peters, a digital currency specialist at eToro shared, “The great attractiveness of the cryptocurrency sector is increasingly reflected in the diversification of the investor base,” 

In digital assets, diversification is also gradually observed. Though trading interest in Bitcoin soared 167 percent to become the most common digital currency among eToro customers, Ether is in second position, albeit with a shift in its exchange activity of 313 percent. 

The only one with a shift of -53 percent is XRP. The value rise of Cardano (ADA) has enabled the virtual currency to be the third most common cryptocurrency and has seen a 252 percent spike in its trading volumes. 

Stellar (XLM), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dash, MIOTA, and Tron are other common crypto currencies on the network (TRX).


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