South Korea’s cryptocurrency craze no longer appears to be limited to older investors. A reported 1 in 5 people their twenties have purchased some form of digital currency, according to reports by the Korea Financial Investors Protection Foundation. South Korea: 20-Year-Olds ‘Most Active’ Investors While Seniors Invest More Conducted in December 2017, the survey covered 2,530 South Koreans aged between 25 and 64, with 22.7% of 20-somethings reporting purchases of cryptocurrency. Those in their 30s
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