If you’ve ever been stuck on a bitcoin transaction and wondered how it would go, now is the time to do so, according to a recent study by financial institutions.
The study, published by the investment research company Capital One, asked 10,000 respondents how much they’d invest in a bitcoin and how much it would pay out over the next two years.
Only about 1% of respondents said they would invest more than $500,000 and 2% said they’d put in between $100,000 to $200,000.
The research, which was conducted in early September, asked about a range of investment strategies, such as investing in cryptocurrencies, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and mutual funds.
It found that nearly 90% of those surveyed have already invested in cryptocurrencies and that the market is likely to continue to grow.
The survey also found that 90% think bitcoin will be a good investment and nearly 85% think that cryptocurrencies are an asset class that will continue to be growing over the coming years.
“The question of how to invest into bitcoin and others is one that many people are considering, particularly as the number of digital currencies continues to grow and as we look ahead to a more decentralized and decentralized economy,” Capital One CEO Andrew Tully told CNBC.
“It’s important to remember that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are a speculative investment.
We have a wide range of options for investments in digital currencies and we look forward to sharing those options with you in the coming months.”
The survey was conducted by Capital One and conducted by Tully, who previously served as president and CEO of New York-based investment management firm BMO Capital Markets.
The survey of the 10,010 respondents was conducted Oct. 2-8.
It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.8%.