New Report Says 22 Percent of Institutional Investors Have Digital Asset Exposure

A new report by Fidelity Investments shows that 22 percent of institutional investors already have some exposure to digital assets; 40 percent of investors say they are willing to invest sometime in the next 5 years; Fidelity said it polled over 400 U.S. institutional investors, including pensions, family offices, crypto and traditional hedge funds and financial advisors, as well as endowments and foundations; Tom Jessop, President of Fidelity Digital AssetsSM, explains the trend to CoinDesk, “More institutional investors are engaging with digital assets, either directly or through service providers, as the potential impact of blockchain technology on financial markets – new and old – becomes more readily apparent.” Source.

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