% 2.88
BTC Dominance:
% 0.13
Market Cap:
$2.44 T
% 3.67
Fear & Greed:
74 / 100
$ 69.083
BTC Dominance:
% 54.4
Market Cap:
$2.44 T

Bitcoin ETF Sector Sees Temporary Downturn in Flows

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As displayed in recent statistics from a major data intelligence resource, Bitcoin ETFs have seen a temporary sentiment turnaround in the last 24 hours, as spot ETFs for Bitcoin have recorded a net outflow of USD 165 million during this period, and equities recorded a marginal net inflow. To note, both ETF GBTC (Grayscale) and IBIT (BlackRock) booked some outflows and inflows over the period. Since ETF GBTC received a $133 million net outflow and an IBIT of approximately $18.09 million net inflow respectively.

However, the cooling off seemed to occur partly because of Eric Balchunas’ observations. He is a senior ETF expert at Bloomberg, and a huge believer disputes that the heat of the petition for the Bitcoin ETF has ever expired. Balchunas considers these jumps to be part of the landscape of ETF market behavior, especially after investors have rushed to buy during the period of rapid growth.

He states that the recent net outflows add up to a minimal share of the overall picture, probably on the backdrop of inflows into other ETFs, most notably IBIT, which managed to get a front-runner position in the neck-to-neck race due to the inflows for 67 consecutive days.

Thus, Balchunas also brings in the recent drop in the price of Bitcoin, citing the market dynamics that are being contrasted with the strength or weakness of the asset. BlackRock’s recent filing had a deep influence on its trajectory. That’s why he focuses on the substantial achievement the cryptocurrency has accomplished [where, starting last June, the cryptocurrency has performed so incredibly well compared to the traditional indices].

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IBIT, as such, remains the deserving of attention, and the ETF is still in 13th place among the top 3,000 flows ever. It has reached a total of $15.3 billion now as a net flow and is accepting itself as one of the top ETF operators.

Though the media spots of last week may paint a USAF scene of declining involvement in Bitcoin ETFs, Balchunas’ analysis certainly offers the opposite, saying that the hype surrounding those investment vehicles is not over yet.

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