Fourth OCBC Financial Wellness Index finds young crypto investors still keen on cryptocurrencies despite crash

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22/11/2022 news

The fourth edition of the OCBC Financial Wellness Index finds that two in five Gen Z and young millennial Singapore investors in their 20s still plan to invest in cryptocurrencies within the next 12 months despite the crash this year. On average, Gen Z and young millennial crypto investors who made losses lost 40% from their crypto investments.

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