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Bitcoin ETFs is the New Destination of Investors!

In 2023, investors were very interested in Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) after they were approved on January 10, 2024. BlackRock and Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETFs attracted a large portion of the total investment, with BlackRock contributing 26% and Fidelity 56% of the inflows.

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Since January, BlackRock’s iShares Bitcoin Trust (IBIT) attracted $16.6 billion in inflows, while Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund (FBTC) received $8.9 billion. Vanguard outpaced BlackRock, achieving $102.8 billion in total ETF inflows in 2024. BlackRock manages 429 ETFs with a total value of $2.8 trillion, while Fidelity oversees 70 ETFs valued at $74 billion. Recent trends indicate balanced Bitcoin ETF inflows and outflows, with some providers experiencing zero net flows.

Bitcoin ETFs: The Key Inflows?

Blackrock and Fidelity have witnessed the very most investments in Bitcoin ETFs. According to Eric Balchunas’s analysis, these days total investment in Bitcoin ETF is increasing 26% and 56%. From January till now, Blackrock (iShares Bitcoin Trust – IBIT) and Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund (FBTC) have collected $16.6 billion and $8.9 billion.

BlackRock and Fidelity Dominate Bitcoin ETF Market

Vanguard did not offer Bitcoin ETFs, but he did collect an investment overall of $102.8 billion in ETFs. this is more than BlackRock’s $65.1 billion. This year’s total investment received $34.7 billion in ETF for Invesco, which has come only 0.9% or $317.3 million in bitcoin ETFs.

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BlackRock’s IBIT ETFs have become the biggest collection of Bitcoin investments in the world, beating out Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust (GBTC). IBIT now holds more Bitcoins (291,567) worth over $20 billion, while Grayscale has less (285,139 Bitcoins) valued at around $19.6 billion. Lately, the amount of money going into and out of Bitcoin investments seems to have evened out.

Bitcoin ETF’s Resilience: $105M Daily Inflow!

Despite Bitcoin’s recent market downturn, spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have performed remarkably well for 15 consecutive days. ETFs provide investors with exposure to Bitcoin without the need for direct management. On a single day, Fidelity’s FBTC experienced significant inflows, receiving approximately $77 million, whereas BlackRock and Grayscale ETFs did not attract any new inflows. In May, asset issuers worldwide drew in around $2 billion in investments for crypto-related products. Moreover, countries such as Hong Kong and Thailand have welcomed crypto ETFs, opening up opportunities for institutional investors.

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