Bitcoin (BTC) Spot ETF Ensures Big Gains: Crypto Products Post Record Inflows For Fourth Consecutive Week

Bitcoin (BTC) Spot ETF Ensures Big Gains : According to CoinShares’ weekly report on market flows of digital asset products, Bitcoin-related products make up the largest share of flows at 84 percent.


BTC News : Flows into cryptocurrency investment products have already lasted four weeks as the market trades potential Bitcoin approval BTC ticker is below €31,936.
In the United States, the ETF is on the starting line.
$66 million inflows into digital investment products in the week ending October 20, according to a report from asset manager CoinShares on October 23. Total assets under management in the sector now total $33 billion.

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It claimed that $55.3 million or 84 percent of inflows last week came from Bitcoin investment products, bringing the total volume of inflows into Bitcoin products this year to $315 million.

CoinShares research director James Butterfill said that despite this week’s inflows, they are still below levels seen earlier this year, when BlackRock initially filed for a Bitcoin spot ETF.

The recent inflows are likely due to optimism over the launch of a Bitcoin spot ETF in the US. Meanwhile, these are lower than the initial inflows following BlackRock’s announcement in June.

According to Butterfill, $807 million was invested in the industry during a four-week period in June. However, the recent reduced inflows indicate that investors are more cautious this time.

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In the week ending October 20, asset flows, Bitcoin and Solana were the most popular topics. Coinshare Website.

Solana occupied the fifth note of the musical scale in the interim.

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With $15.5 million, the product garnered the second-highest investment among all cryptocurrencies last week. ethereum eth

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The only alternative currency to see outflows in the past week was ETH, which saw an outflow of $7.4 million.

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On October 23, there were “positive signs” that BlackRock’s ETF was nearing approval, leading to increased interest in spot Bitcoin ETFs. A US appeals court has forced the US Securities and Exchange Commission to reconsider Grayscale’s spot Bitcoin ETF application.

These actions boosted Bitcoin’s momentum, sending it up 14% in the last day and surpassing $34,000 for the first time since May 2022.

Short liquidations of Bitcoin totaled more than $193 million over the past day, according to CoinGlass data.

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