BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3 Billion In Spot Bitcoin ETFs

Key Points:

  • BlackRock and Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETFs hold a combined total of $8.3 billion in BTC.
  • Despite outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, new ETFs have added an average of $125 million in Bitcoin daily over the past month.
BlackRock and Fidelity hold $8.3bn in BTC. Despite outflows from GBTC, new ETFs added $125m in BTC daily, impacting Bitcoin’s price.
BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3 Billion In Spot Bitcoin ETFs
BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3 Billion In Spot Bitcoin ETFs

BlackRock and Fidelity have amassed a combined total of 171,705 BTC, worth $8.3 billion, through their spot Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3B in Bitcoin ETFs

BlackRock’s fund has even ascended to the top five of all ETFs, including non-crypto, based on 2024 inflows. This places it on par with industry-leading indexing giants like the iShares Core S&P 500 ETF and the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF.

The approval to launch a new crypto investment vehicle caused excitement a month ago. The process of bringing a spot bitcoin ETF to the U.S. market took over a decade, but on Jan. 11, ten such products started trading.

Despite heavy outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, the new ETFs have added an average net $125 million worth of Bitcoin each day over the past four weeks.

Readmore: Fidelity Spot Ethereum ETF Has New Deadline For SEC On March 5

Rapid Accumulation of Bitcoin Funds: A Positive Effect or Market Volatility?

In a month, bitcoin funds excluding GBTC have accumulated over $11 billion worth of Bitcoin. Three ETFs – BlackRock’s IBIT, Fidelity’s FBTC, and Ark 21’s ARKB – have surpassed the $1 billion mark in assets under management (AUM).

By the end of Monday, IBIT was nearing $5 billion in AUM, and FBTC was just shy of $4 billion. This rapid accumulation is impacting Bitcoin’s price, which, after an initial decline following the first day of trading, has recently rebounded, reaching a multi-year high above $50,000.

BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3 Billion In Spot Bitcoin ETFs

Key Points:

  • BlackRock and Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETFs hold a combined total of $8.3 billion in BTC.
  • Despite outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, new ETFs have added an average of $125 million in Bitcoin daily over the past month.
BlackRock and Fidelity hold $8.3bn in BTC. Despite outflows from GBTC, new ETFs added $125m in BTC daily, impacting Bitcoin’s price.
BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3 Billion In Spot Bitcoin ETFs
BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3 Billion In Spot Bitcoin ETFs

BlackRock and Fidelity have amassed a combined total of 171,705 BTC, worth $8.3 billion, through their spot Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

BlackRock And Fidelity Hold $8.3B in Bitcoin ETFs

BlackRock’s fund has even ascended to the top five of all ETFs, including non-crypto, based on 2024 inflows. This places it on par with industry-leading indexing giants like the iShares Core S&P 500 ETF and the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF.

The approval to launch a new crypto investment vehicle caused excitement a month ago. The process of bringing a spot bitcoin ETF to the U.S. market took over a decade, but on Jan. 11, ten such products started trading.

Despite heavy outflows from the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, the new ETFs have added an average net $125 million worth of Bitcoin each day over the past four weeks.

Readmore: Fidelity Spot Ethereum ETF Has New Deadline For SEC On March 5

Rapid Accumulation of Bitcoin Funds: A Positive Effect or Market Volatility?

In a month, bitcoin funds excluding GBTC have accumulated over $11 billion worth of Bitcoin. Three ETFs – BlackRock’s IBIT, Fidelity’s FBTC, and Ark 21’s ARKB – have surpassed the $1 billion mark in assets under management (AUM).

By the end of Monday, IBIT was nearing $5 billion in AUM, and FBTC was just shy of $4 billion. This rapid accumulation is impacting Bitcoin’s price, which, after an initial decline following the first day of trading, has recently rebounded, reaching a multi-year high above $50,000.

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