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The landscape of Bitcoin spot ETFs witnessed mixed signals on January 23rd, as total net outflows reached $105 million. While the behemoth Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) shouldered the bulk of this with a $515 million net outflow, other smaller spot ETFs collectively saw inflows totaling $410 million. This highlights the evolving dynamics within the Bitcoin ETF space, with newer entrants attracting interest despite broader market pressures.
According to a news article, Grayscale’s Bitcoin spot ETF GTC had a net outflow of $394 million on January 25, with a single-day trading volume of $502 million . Net outflows slowed slightly over 3 trading days ($429 million on January 24, $515 million on January 23, and $640 million on January 22) . Grayscale ETF’s cumulative net outflows have reached US$4.079 billion, and it still holds US$20.028 billion in net assets .
Bitcoin climbed higher to end the week as investors took some comfort in the idea that outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin ETF (GBTC) could be starting to taper off.
Grayscale, the world’s largest digital asset manager, has witnessed a significant outflow of Bitcoin (BTC) since the debut of its spot Bitcoin ETF, GBTC, on January 11, 2024. According to blockchain analytics firm Arkham Intelligence, nearly 113,000 BTC have been shifted from Grayscale wallets, primarily to Coinbase Prime, suggesting potential preparation for large-scale selling. This comes amidst declining GBTC trading volume, raising questions about a potential exhaustion of the recent sell-off.
The landscape of Bitcoin spot ETFs witnessed a dramatic day on January 24th, with the highest single-day total net outflow to date reaching $159 million. Leading the charge was Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), which alone experienced a staggering $429 million net outflow. However, this massive movement was balanced by inflows totaling $270 million to other spot ETFs outside of Grayscale, highlighting the evolving dynamics within the market.
In a double blow to proponents of Ethereum ETFs, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has postponed its decisions on both Grayscale Investments’ ETHE trust conversion and BlackRock’s proposed spot Ethereum ETF. This leaves the Ethereum ETF landscape shrouded in uncertainty, with investors and industry players eager for any sign of progress.
Grayscale, the world’s largest Bitcoin investment trust, has executed another significant transfer of its holdings, further fueling concerns about potential outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC). According to blockchain analytics firm Arkham Intelligence, Grayscale moved 17,140 Bitcoin (BTC) to Coinbase Prime Deposit on January 24th, UTC+8, at approximately 10:17 PM PST.
In the dynamic landscape of cryptocurrency investments, Grayscale’s Bitcoin ETF (GBTC) is undergoing a transformative shift, evolving from a closed-end fund to a spot ETF. The initial five days of trading in this new form have witnessed substantial outflows, totaling an estimated $2.2 billion. This exodus is primarily influenced by two key factors affecting investor decisions.
Grayscale’s on a Bitcoin bender! Three days, three Bitcoin blizzards, all funneled to Coinbase Prime during peak market hours. A total of 31,638 BTC ($1.366 billion) on the move – is this the ETF catalyst we’ve been yearning for, or a crypto heist in the making? Buckle up, folks, because the plot thickens faster than a blockchain block!