Will older investors ever embrace crypto?
A survey of America’s millionaires has highlighted a great generational divide. Wealthy millennials favour cryptocurrencies, while very few of their older peers hold any at all. As the FT’s Matthew Vincent explains, established institutions are offering more access to crypto, but they may need to overcome concerns about security and money laundering.
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