Three of ten workers in South Korea investing in cryptocurrencies

Three out of ten workers in South Korea investing in virtual currency. Saramin online employment portal on Wednesday reported a survey that showed more than 31 percent of South Korean workers are investing in cryptocurrencies to make money quickly.

Saramin conducted a survey of 941 workers to ask how far they bought and traded crypto currency. The survey results show of 31.3 percent have invested in virtual currencies where the average per capita investment is 5.66 million won (US$5,300).

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Investments of less than 1 million won were made by 44.1 percent of respondents, while 18.3 percent invested between 1 million won to 2 million won. About 12.9 percent invested more than 10 million won, 9.8 percent between 2 million and 4 million won and 7.8 percent between 4 million won and 6 million won.

About 80.3 percent said they had made money through virtual currency investments, 6.4 percent said losing money and 13.2 percent did not take and did not lose money. More than 54 percent said they chose to invest in crypto as the fastest way to make money.

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