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Bitcoin Maintains Investor Interest with $20 Million Inflows, YTD Total Hits $1.7 Billion: CoinShares

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Investment products related to digital assets experienced inflows amounting to million last seven-day period, marking the 11th consecutive week of such positive movements. However, this figure represents a noticeable decrease compared to previous weeks. According to CoinShare’s latest report, the recent rise in prices has prompted a significant influx into short positions, as some investors perceive potential downward price movement. The digital asset manager found that blockchain equities witnessed their highest weekly inflows on record, reaching 6 million. Bitcoin remains the main focus of investors, attracting inflows of million in the past week. This catapulted the year-to-date total to .7 billion. Conversely, short positions in Bitcoin saw inflows of .6

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Investment products related to digital assets experienced inflows amounting to $43 million last seven-day period, marking the 11th consecutive week of such positive movements.

However, this figure represents a noticeable decrease compared to previous weeks. According to CoinShare’s latest report, the recent rise in prices has prompted a significant influx into short positions, as some investors perceive potential downward price movement.

  • The digital asset manager found that blockchain equities witnessed their highest weekly inflows on record, reaching $126 million.
  • Bitcoin remains the main focus of investors, attracting inflows of $20 million in the past week. This catapulted the year-to-date total to $1.7 billion.
  • Conversely, short positions in Bitcoin saw inflows of $8.6 million, likely reflecting the belief among some investors that the current price surge is unsustainable.
  • In a notable shift this year, Ethereum experienced its sixth consecutive week of inflows, totaling $10 million. Just seven weeks ago, Ethereum had recorded year-to-date outflows of $125 million, but it has now rebounded, with total inflows reaching $19 million.
  • Solana and Avalanche continued to be popular choices in the altcoin space, attracting inflows of $3 million and $2 million, respectively.
  • From a regional perspective, Europe maintained its dominance in inflows, with $43 million, while the United States recorded only $14 million in inflows, half of which went into short positions.
  • Hong Kong experienced its second consecutive week of outflows, totaling $8 million, and Brazil also saw minor outflows of $4.6 million.

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