- 33.3% of Chinese investors hold a large number of stablecoins, ranking them second to Vietnam.
- Crypto enthusiasts in China are more willing to invest heavily in cryptocurrency compared to their counterparts in Vietnam, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.
- Over 70% of participants in a survey said cryptocurrencies accounted for more than half of their asset portfolio.
A report by Kyros Ventures, a Vietnamese venture capital firm, reveals that Chinese investors have a higher risk appetite when it comes to cryptocurrency investments. The report indicates that 33.3% of Chinese investors hold a significant amount of stablecoins, placing them second to Vietnam’s 58.6% of stablecoin holders. This suggests that Chinese investors are more willing to take on risks in their crypto investments.
The report also highlights that Chinese crypto enthusiasts are more actively invested in cryptocurrency compared to investors in Vietnam, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand. In a survey of 5,268 participants, over 70% stated that cryptocurrencies accounted for more than half of their total asset portfolio, indicating a strong interest and commitment to the crypto market.
China’s position as the second-highest holder of stablecoins indicates a significant level of risk appetite among Chinese crypto investors. This could be attributed to factors such as a higher level of trust in stablecoins as a store of value and a desire to actively participate in the crypto market. However, it is important for investors to carefully consider the potential risks and volatility associated with cryptocurrencies, even if they hold stablecoins.