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NFT statistics

Tracking NFT popularity and adoption across 26 countries.

Finder’s NFT Adoption Index measures the growth of NFTs worldwide through an ongoing survey of internet users in 26 countries.

Indian NFT ownership

66.9M Indians own an NFT.

Gender split

Indian men are 1.6x more likely to own NFT.

Men 8%
Women 5%

NFT adoption statistics in India

NFT ownership in India is in line with what we saw last month, with 7% saying they own an NFT, following 7% the month before.

This is higher than the global average of 3% who say they own an NFT.

India leads the way at 7%, with Germany at the other end of the spectrum with 1%.

Men in India more likely than women to own an NFT

In India aproximately 8% of men say they own an NFT compared to 5% of women.

There is a wide gap in adoption of NFTs between men and women. On average roughly 2% of women say they own an NFT globally, compared to 4% of men. India has the highest adoption of NFTs for men, with 8% of men saying they have bought the asset compared to Japan which has the lowest uptake among men at 1%. Vietnam has the most women who said they own an NFT, with 5% saying they’ve bought an NFT, compared to just 1% in Germany who said the same.

The gap in ownership between men and women is at its widest in United States, where 4% of men say they own NFTs, compared to 1% of women. The smallest gap in adoption of NFTs is in Japan, where 2% of women say they have an NFT compared to 1% of men.

Those aged 18-34 in India lead the way in terms of the NFT ownership, with 8% saying they have one or more NFTs. Those aged 55+ are the group least likely to own NFTs, making up just 5% owning an NFT.

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