Seven in ten institutional investors expect to buy or invest in digital assets in the future, and more than 90% of those interested in digital assets expect to have an allocation in their institution's or clients' portfolios within the next five years, according to new research from Fidelity Digital AssetsSM' 2021 Institutional Investor Digital Assets Study. This forecast indicates a continued acceleration in adoption over the next several years as slightly more than half (52%) of institutions surveyed across Asia, Europe and the U.S. currently invest in digital assets. While adoption rates are higher in Asia (71%) than in Europe and the U.S., participation increased in both markets as 56% of European institutions and 33% of U.S. institutions now hold investments in the asset class, up from 45% and 27%, respectively, the prior year.
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