Bitcoin sees a weekly institutional inflow of $69 million.

Bitcoin regained its status as the most preferred crypto among institutional investors last week after inflows of approximately $69 million.

Bitcoin regained its status as the most preferred cryptocurrency among institutional investors last week after it saw inflows of approximately $69 million. According to the recent digital asset weekly fund flows report published by CoinShares, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency asset management firms, ETH investment products attracted a total of $20 million worth of weekly institutional inflows. In terms of price, BTC and ETH posted strong gains during the last seven days.

 

Crypto asset investment products saw inflows worth $90 million during the previous week.

Overall, the digital asset investment products saw inflows worth $90 million during the previous week. Apart from BTC and ETH, other cryptocurrency assets including Solana (SOL) and Cardano (ADA) attracted minor inflows in the recent week.“Digital asset investment products saw inflows of US$90m last week, marking the 7th consecutive week of inflows totaling US$411m. Bitcoin (BTC) saw inflows of US$69m last week. We believe this decisive turnaround in sentiment is due to growing confidence in the asset class amongst investors. Ethereum saw another week of inflows totaling US$20m although it has conceded market share to Bitcoin in recent weeks, having fallen from a peak of 28% to 25%,” the report revealed.

 

Bitcoin is now up by more than 15% within the last five days.

The overall market sentiment around the leading cryptocurrency bitcoin has changed dramatically since the start of October 2021. The cryptocurrency is now up by more than 15% within the last five days. The total market dominance of Bitcoin jumped above 43% on 5 October. Apart from its retail craze, institutional investors are also taking advantage of the latest BTC rally. The digital asset is now trading above $49,000 with a market cap of $925 billion. Earlier, China had announced a complete ban on cryptocurrencies causing bitcoin to fall.

 

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Jai Pratap
Jai Pratap
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