Less Than 9% of US Teens Traded Cryptocurrencies: Survey
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Approximately 7,000 US teens (9% of all respondents) said they had traded cryptocurrencies, Business Insider has learned, citing a recent survey from Piper Sandler.

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While there are no details on which digital assets the teens have traded, over 80% of the respondents were males. It also remains unclear whether the surveyed were actively trading or just hodling cryptocurrencies.

However, according to the survey, teens are still using cryptocurrencies mostly for spending. For example, the top spending priority is food. The survey was conducted from February 19 to March 24.

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