Cryptocurrency investment: A safe venture or a new type of gambling?

– 48.7% of cryptocurrency traders were pathological
– Impulsivity was higher in the 18-25 age group

– Investigated pathological trading behavior among cryptocurrency investors
– Findd the relationship between cryptocurrency investment behavior and impulsivity

The paper discusses the pathological trading behavior and frequency among cryptocurrency investors, as well as the relationship between cryptocurrency investment behavior and impulsivity. It does not provide a direct answer to the question about crypto trading.

– No mention of sample size limitations
– No mention of potential biases in the study

– Online questionnaire with Pathological Trading Scale, South Oaks Gambling Screen Test, and Barratt Impulsivity Scale
– Evaluation of 300 persons to investigate pathological trading behavior and frequency

– A significant proportion of cryptocurrency traders may exhibit pathological behavior.
– Certain individuals may have cryptocurrency addiction, similar to gambling disorder.

– 48.7% of cryptocurrency traders were found to be pathological.
– Impulsivity was higher in the 18-25 age group and among high-frequency traders.

– Study investigates pathological trading behavior and frequency among cryptocurrency investors.
– Findings suggest a significant proportion of cryptocurrency traders may be pathological.

– The study investigates the overlap between investment behavior and gambling.
– It examines the pathological trading behavior and frequency among cryptocurrency investors.