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According to a survey conducted for CNBC and Acorns in 2021, women have relatively invested less as compared to men when it comes to both digital and traditional investments. The numbers tell it all. Men invest twice as much as women: in cryptocurrency (16% of men vs 7% of women), exchange-traded funds (14% of men vs 7% of women), individual stocks (40% of men vs 24% of women), in mutual funds (30% of men vs 20% of women), real estate (36% of men vs 30% of women) and bonds (14% of men vs 11% of women).

Angela Walch, a research associate at the UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies in London, recently commented, “The crypto world seems to mirror the tech and finance worlds in terms of gender; there are women, but the space is heavily male-dominated”.

“As crypto becomes more mainstream, it is important to have diverse perspectives in creating and running the systems so that better decisions can be made,” she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

But the good news is that while the cryptocurrency and NFT space are male-dominated, women too are making waves significantly in…

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