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$3.5B Funds Invested in Bitcoin ETFs

More than 600 companies have put their money into Bitcoin funds, adding up to $3.5 billion. This shows they really believe in digital currency. Big players like Millennium Management are some of the top investors. This big move means that experts who handle money see a lot of promise in Bitcoin.

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Schonfeld Strategic Advisors manage a lot of money, and are really big into Bitcoin ETFs. They’ve invested $248 million with BlackRock and $231.8 million with Fidelity, which totals up to $479 million.

Boothbay Fund Management a company from New York has put $377 million into Bitcoin ETFs.

Institutional Confidence Soars

It’s quite impressive! More than 600 companies have now put a lot of money into Bitcoin funds that you can trade on the stock market. The fact that these big organizations have informed the U.S. government about their investments indicates that they’re gaining confidence in the future of digital money, especially Bitcoin.

Notable Players and Their Allocations

Big companies like Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, and Wells Fargo, as well as international banks like UBS, BNP Paribas, and the Royal Bank of Canada, have all invested in Bitcoin. But it’s the hedge funds, especially Millennium Management with its huge $1.9 billion investment, that are really making a splash. They’ve put money into different Bitcoin funds, including ones from BlackRock and Fidelity.

The Bitcoin ETFs Landscape

Bitcoin funds that can be traded like stocks started in January. Even though not as much new money is coming in now, big money places are still investing a lot. Everyone’s keeping an eye on how the world of digital money is doing, and it looks like the old-school money world is getting more okay with it.

Bitcoin ETF investments are led by Millennium

Millennium is the biggest investor in Bitcoin ETFs, putting in a total of $1.9 billion. They invested, $844.2 million in BlackRock’s iShares Bitcoin Trust, $806.7 million in Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund, $202 million in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, $45.0 million in the ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF, $44.7 million in the Bitwise Bitcoin ETF.

Cryptocurrency investments carry inherent risks. Always conduct thorough research and consult with financial advisors before making investment decisions.

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