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Bitcoin Spot ETFs Attract $887 Million, Second Highest Single-Day Inflow in History

Ruholamin Haqshanas
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Bitcoin Spot ETFs Attract $887 Million, Second Highest Single-Day Inflow in History

Bitcoin spot exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the United States experienced their second-highest daily net inflows since their listing, drawing in a substantial $886.75 million on June 4.

The record for the highest daily net inflows from spot Bitcoin funds occurred on March 12, with inflows reaching $1.05 billion.

Among the contributors to Tuesday’s significant net inflows, Fidelity’s FBTC led the way with $379 million, followed by BlackRock’s IBIT with $274 million, according to data from SoSoValue.

The cumulative total net inflows for spot bitcoin ETFs currently amount to $14.85 billion.

All Funds See Inflows

ARK Invest and 21Shares’ ARKB witnessed inflows of $139 million, while Bitwise’s BITB recorded $61 million worth of inflows.

Grayscale’s GBTC attracted $28 million, marking its third largest net inflow since its conversion.

VanEck and Valkyrie’s ETFs also experienced single-digit net inflows.

With the inflows on Tuesday, the 11 spot bitcoin ETFs extended their streak of consecutive net inflows to 16 days, trailing only one day behind the longest positive flow streak recorded from January to mid-February.

Since their inception, spot Bitcoin ETFs have accumulated a total net inflow of $14.57 billion.

However, the total volume of flows in U.S. spot Bitcoin ETFs remains lower than the peak observed in March.

Bitcoin’s value briefly surpassed the $71,000 mark late Tuesday night, trading at around $70,800 at the time of publication.

Analysts from Bitfinex suggest that this correction phase seems to be approaching its end.

Long-term holders selling off their Bitcoin holdings was a significant factor in the correction from the all-time highs.

However, blockchain data indicates that these holders have started accumulating Bitcoin again for the first time since December 2023.

Meanwhile, the United States is anticipating the launch of spot Ethereum ETFs, as major issuers have recently submitted amended registration statements to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Analysts at K33 Research estimate that spot Ether funds could attract net inflows ranging from $3.1 billion to $4.8 billion over the first five months of trading.

Thailand Approves First Spot Bitcoin ETF

Thailand’s One Asset Management (ONEAM) has become the first company to launch an ETF in the country that offers exposure to cryptocurrencies.

The Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has endorsed ONEAM’s Bitcoin ETF, marking a milestone in the country’s evolving regulatory framework for digital assets.

The newly approved fund, named the One Bitcoin ETF Fund of Funds, will exclusively cater to institutional investors and high-net-worth individuals.

The move aligns Thailand with other jurisdictions that have already embraced Bitcoin ETFs, such as the United States, Hong Kong, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

ONEAM’s Bitcoin ETF will invest in 11 prominent global Bitcoin funds, ensuring sufficient liquidity and security for investors.

While ONEAM has secured regulatory approval, another Thai firm, MFC Asset Management, is still awaiting clearance for its own Bitcoin ETF product.