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February’s Bitcoin ETP net inflows close to total of previous three months February’s Bitcoin ETP net inflows close to total of previous three months

February’s Bitcoin ETP net inflows close to total of previous three months

Data via Glassnode

In a single week, Bitcoin ETPs witness their largest increase since early 2021, adding roughly 25,000 Bitcoin.

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ByteTree has reported a massive influx in the global allocation of Bitcoin among exchange-traded products (ETPs) since October 2023, adding roughly 100,000 BTC.

According to ByteTree data, approximately 890,000 BTC are currently held in varying ETPs worldwide, which is about 4.56% of the circulating supply of Bitcoin. Interestingly, the start of 2024 has seen an increase of about 80,000 BTC in the ETP space, primarily attributed to US-based Bitcoin ETFs.

Bitcoin held by funds: (Source: ByteTree Research)
Bitcoin held by funds: (Source: ByteTree Research)

Within the last seven days alone, global Bitcoin ETPs underwent an influx of roughly 25,000 BTC, marking the most significant weekly increase since the early part of 2021.

Fund Inflows: (Source: ByteTree Research)
Fund Inflows: (Source: ByteTree Research)

February alone contributed an impressive 38,000 BTC net inflow into ETPs, roughly equal to the combined flow for November, December, and January.

All Funds: (Source: ByteTree Research)
All Funds: (Source: ByteTree Research)

Glassnode data reports that Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) currently holds approximately 466,000 Bitcoin, a significant 30% decline from its peak holdings of about 622,000 Bitcoin before Bitcoin ETFs began trading.

GBTC ETF Balance: (Source: Glassnode)
GBTC ETF Balance: (Source: Glassnode)

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