JPMorgan: More than 70% of institutions have a negative view of cryptocurrencies

JPMorgan surveyed institutional investors and found that 72% of them are still negative about digital currencies as an asset class.
The survey included 835 financial companies and funds that cooperate with the bank. These respondents said they have no plans to engage in crypto trading in 2023.
Only 15% of respondents plan to invest in this instrument within the next five years. 8% of institutions are already testing cryptocurrencies on a regular basis.

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