Investors Pour $261 Million into Digital Assets, Bitcoin Leads Inflows
Digital asset investment products, including Bitcoin, have seen a significant increase in weekly inflows for the sixth consecutive week. According to the Digital Asset Fund Flows Weekly Report by CoinShares, these investment products have received a total of $261 million in inflows. This positive trend in the crypto market has resulted in a total of $767 million in inflows over the past six weeks.
Bitcoin has seen the highest inflows among all digital assets, with a total of $229 million. This brings the total inflows for Bitcoin in 2023 to $842 million. The speculation of a spot ETF approval for Bitcoin has further fueled the rise in inflows, indicating a potential increase in growth and popularity among traders and investors.
In terms of price, Bitcoin has experienced a 0.20% upward trend, currently trading at $35,193.33. Its market cap has also increased by 0.22% to $688.07 billion, with a trading volume of $13 billion in the past 24 hours.
Aside from Bitcoin, Ethereum has also seen a significant increase in inflows, reaching its highest level since August 2022 with $17.5 million. Ethereum started the year with outflows totaling $107 million but has now rebounded with strong inflows. Ethereum is currently trading at a 0.32% upward trend, valued at $1,899.06, with a market cap of $228.30 billion and a circulating supply of 120,269,158.
Other altcoins, such as Solana and Chainlink, have also experienced inflows of $11 million and $2 million, respectively. These altcoins represent 17% of the total assets under management. Polygon and Cardano have also seen inflows of $0.8 million and $0.5 million, respectively.
According to CoinShares data, investors from the U.S., Switzerland, and Canada have made significant gains through these investments.
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