The annual growth rate of Bitcoin throughout its existence on the market was 103.38%, according to figures from the Curvo fintech platform. This is higher than the annual growth rate of the portfolio of the most famous American investor Warren Buffett (10.03%).

Bitcoin’s compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is also much higher than gold. The yield on the main precious metal averages 6% per annum.

According to the Lazy Portfolio ETF, Warren Buffett’s portfolio has a standard deviation of 13.67% over the past thirty years. For comparison, the standard deviation of Bitcoin returns = 156.46%. This indicates significantly higher volatility and risk of the asset.

However, Bitcoin exhibits lower volatility than S&P 500 stocks, including corporations such as Tesla and Nvidia.

Traders and investors view the first cryptocurrency as a hedge against inflation and devaluation of fiat currencies. Amid the launch of spot Bitcoin ETFs, the popularity of BTC among institutional funds has grown, Curvo experts say.

Earlier, a Watcher.Guru observer reported that the market capitalization of Bitcoin exceeded the combined market value of the shares of the three largest banks in the world: JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.