Bitcoin leads inflows but here’s why it can rise higher
The week has been an exciting for blockchains across the crypto ecosystem, especially after the Bitcoin market moved from fear into greed. What’s more, with the ProShares Bitcoin Futures ETF due to launch on 19 October, there is more optimism than there was during the summer.
CoinShare’ s weekly Digital Asset Fund Flows report shed some light on the exact numbers.
Inflows and outflows
First and foremost, the report confirmed that digital asset investment products saw inflows of around $80 million in the week ending 15 October.
Coming to the king coin, BTC inflows were the largest at around $70 million. This took the leading crypto to its fifth continuous week of inflows. While the report noted that weekly inflows were higher in the beginning of 2021, it acknowledged that the SEC allowing a futures-based ETF in America could trigger “significant” inflows in the following weeks.
Coming to assets under management, the report stated,
“These inflows, combined with positive price action over the week, have pushed total assets under management (AuM) to US$72.3bn, their highest level on record, surpassing the previous record of US$71.6bn set in May this year.”
What about alt coins?
For its part, Polkadot saw inflows of $3.6 million. The eighth biggest blockchain by market cap also enjoyed some attention after founder Gavin Wood announced that there was more than 18 million DOT [$806,118,291] the Polkadot treasury.
Ethereum and Solana
What could the following days look like for these two alts? According to a crypto analyst who goes by the monicker of Smart Contracter, Solana could shoot to an ATH “soon” and might rally by more than 100% against the USD. As previously reported, This was based on the Elliott Wave theory, which looks at consumer psychology.
It’s worth noting that CryptoQuant data showed that the amount of Ether on centralized exchanges had hit a record low.
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