Digital Assets Wealth Report: 6 Bitcoin Billionaires, and 22 Crypto Billionaires Globally But Over 88,000 Crypto Millionaires

Henley & Partners’ inaugural publication is intended for those following crypto-assets private wealth, and investment migration trends — whether global citizens, crypto investors, wealth managers, or private bankers.

The update includes key statistics on crypto and Bitcoin millionaires, centi-millionaires, and billionaires provided by global wealth intelligence firm New World Wealth and insights from academics, industry experts, and crypto players.

It also features Henley & Partners’ Crypto Adoption Index, which “compares the best investment migration programs for crypto investors.”

As revealed in the report, there are 40,500 Bitcoin millionaires, while there are 78 BTC centi-millionaires (individuals with crypto holdings of USD 100 million or more). In addition to this, there are 6 Bitcoin billionaires. The report does not mention these individuals by name.

Meanwhile, there are as many as 88,200 crypto millionaires, 182 crypto centi-millionaires, and a mere 22 crypto billionaires.

The Crypto Wealth Report is published by Henley & Partners, which claims to be the global leader in residence and citizenship by investment, in partnership with global wealth intelligence firm New World Wealth.

New World Wealth claims that it is currently “the only known independent wealth research firm systematically tracking global wealth migration trends between countries and cities.”

The firm was established in 2013 and has “been tracking the movements and spending habits of the world’s wealthiest people for almost a decade.”

New World Wealth has a track record in “providing robust, reliable wealth data and insights for key publications, such as Knight Frank’s Wealth Report, AfrAsia Bank’s Global Wealth Migration Review, and Henley & Partners’ Africa Wealth Report, The Centi-Millionaire Report, and USA Wealth Report, as well as the Henley Private Wealth Migration Dashboard.”

New World Wealth tracks “the movements and spending habits of over 150,000 high-net-worth individuals in its in-house database, with a special focus on individuals with over USD 10 million in investable assets.”

The database is focused “on company founders and affluent individuals from high value companies with the following work titles: chairperson, CEO, president, director, and managing partner. This data is used as a base in all New World Wealth’s wealth and crypto modeling.”

New World Wealth also considered the following sources as sanity checks for its data:

Public information on large crypto holdings “from major platforms such as Binance, CoinMarketCap, BscScan and Etherscan.”

In-house wealth tier models “benchmark billionaires, centi-millionaires, and other high-net-worth individuals using a progressive Lorenz curve distribution.”

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