There’s a generational factor in our relationships with cryptocurrencies. Recent studies focusing on the US have started to shine a light on certain trends in terms of how much different generations invest, as well as their motivations and other aspects that provide an insight into the ages of “crypto-investors”.
The most notable piece of data is that 94% crypto buyers are millennials and centennials; that is, people aged between 18 and 40. However, these aren’t the buyers that spend the most.
That position is occupied by generación X, presumably due to higher income and professional status. They spend an average of $9,611 on crypto assets compared to the average $8,596 spent by millennials and $6,120 spent by generation Z.