Why Aren’t More Women Into Bitcoin?
Jan 11, 2022 – According to a U.S-based survey conducted by CNBC and Acorn in August 2021, 16% of men invest in cryptocurrency versus just 7% of women. Although the distribution of women who are engaged in the Bitcoin community is higher now than at any point since inception, there is a 72% gender gap with 86% men and 14% women engaged in the Bitcoin community, according to coin.dance via google analytics.
The gender wage gap for full-time, year-round workers in the U.S. is 17.7%, with the median annual earnings of $47,299 for women and $57,456 for men.
More specifically, Black women in the U.S. are paid 37% less on average in comparison to their white male counterparts. Similarly, Latinas in the U.S are paid an average of 45% less than white men and 30% less than white women, even when adjusted for equal education and job roles.