In a recent 2019 Investor Study, published this month (July) by Digital Asset Management Fund, Grayscale Investments has found that 83 percent of American investors would highly consider an investment in Bitcoin (BTC).

The demographics, attitudes and beliefs on Bitcoin investors overlapped considerably with those of the traditional investor.

The report revealed that while Bitcoin investors were more slightly experienced and risk-tolerant than the traditional, average investor, their political reviews, income levels and professions is closely related to the profiles of a broader pool of charted investors.

The report published by Grayscale Investments reported that,

“Bitcoin has expanded its reach to a broad mainstream audience. Increasingly, savvy investors recognise that Bitcoin may have unique investment characteristic that provide diversification far beyond that basic 60% stock/40% bond portfolio allocation.”

To put into perspective the potential pay-off of such diversification, Grayscale’s in house research has indicated that between September 2013 and June 2019, “adding just 5% in Bitcoin to a simulated Global 60/40 portfolio more than doubled cumulative returns from 41.9% to 90.9%.”

The research also revealed that an additional 79 percent of the 1,100 respondents said they were bullish on the growth potential of Bitcoin.

Bitcoin mining rather than buying Bitcoin outright has proven to be an extremely lucrative investment, wether it is a sole investment in your portfolio or to diversify your portfolio.

Australia’s leading Blockchain Mining Specialists offer a unique investment opportunity where you receive a minimum of 12 percent return per annum on your investment, with 100 percent of your initial investment amount returned back to you at the end of the 36 month agreement.

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