Bitcoin ETF Investors Capitalize on Market Dip: Daily Inflows Surge to $295M

Bitcoin ETF


  • US spot Bitcoin ETFs see $295 million inflows on July 8
  • BlackRock's ETF leads with $187.2 million in daily inflows


US-listed spot Bitcoin ETFs experience their largest influx in over a month amidst crypto market downturn. BlackRock’s iShares Bitcoin Trust leads with $187.2 million in inflows, followed by Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund.


In a surprising turn of events, United States-listed spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have recorded their most significant day of inflows in over a month, despite the current slump in cryptocurrency markets. On July 8, the 11 funds collectively attracted $295 million in fresh capital, marking the first positive net inflow day in the past three trading weeks.


Bitcoin ETF flow

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Leading the pack was BlackRock’s iShares Bitcoin Trust ETF, which saw an impressive $187.2 million in daily inflows. Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund followed suit with gains of $61.5 million. Even the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, which has faced challenges recently, experienced a rare day of positive price action, registering $25.1 million in inflows.


This surge in ETF investments comes amid broader market concerns, particularly regarding substantial Bitcoin sales from the German government and potential Mt. Gox creditor repayments. According to Arkham Intelligence data, the German government has already transferred over 26,200 BTC (worth approximately $1.5 billion at current prices) to exchanges and market makers. It still holds 27,460 BTC (valued at $1.57 billion) in reserve.


Adding to market jitters is the looming possibility of $8.5 billion in Bitcoin hitting the market as the collapsed Japanese crypto exchange Mt. Gox prepares to reimburse creditors who lost funds in a 2014 hack. However, some analysts suggest that fears surrounding Mt. Gox Bitcoin sales may be exaggerated.


The recent ETF inflows represent a significant shift in investor sentiment, especially considering the recent downturn in Bitcoin’s price. Over the past two trading weeks, Bitcoin’s value has declined sharply, dropping to as low as $53,600 on July 5 – the first time it had traded below $54,000 since February.


This influx of capital into Bitcoin ETFs suggests that some investors view the current market dip as a buying opportunity, potentially signaling confidence in Bitcoin’s long-term prospects despite short-term volatility.


As the crypto market continues to navigate these challenges, the performance of Bitcoin ETFs will likely remain a key indicator of investor sentiment and market trends in the coming weeks.




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