Cryptocurrencies have experienced another boom this year, so it was appropriate to ask the question that in which countries do the inhabitants own the most cryptocurrencies. The Finder answered this question, which contacted more than 42,000 people in 27 countries around the world to find out which countries have the highest levels of cryptocurrency and which the lowest.
As you can see in the picture above, the first 5 countries are in Asia, which surprised many, but it is not such a big surprise, given the many facts within Asia in relation to cryptocurrencies. Vietnam came in first with 41%, followed by Indonesia with 30% and India with the same percentage of 30%, followed by Malaysia with 29% and fifth with 28% in the Philippines. A surprise for us was Belgium, which placed sixth with 26%. When we talk about the global average, we have reached 19%, which is also very decent, with the most active age group looking for cryptocurrencies ranging from 25 to 34 years.