Focus Keyphrases: Spot Bitcoin ETFs Bitcoin ETFs assets under management ETFs net inflows Bitcoin ETFs performance SEC approval Bitcoin ETFs Meta Description: Discover how spot Bitcoin ETFs surged to a monumental $10 billion in assets under management (AUM) just one month post-launch. Explore insights into their rapid accumulation of assets, net inflows, and performance, alongside expert analysis on Bitcoin's resilience amidst changing macroeconomic conditions. Alt Text: Image showing a graph depicting the surge of Bitcoin ETFs assets under management (AUM) to $10 billion in just one month.

Spot Bitcoin ETFs Achieve $10 Billion in Assets Under Management (AUM) Just One Month After Launch

Just one month following their approval, the nine spot Bitcoin ETFs have collectively amassed a remarkable $10 billion in assets under management (AUM) as of February 9. This achievement comes after the ETFs’ initial 20 trading days, showcasing a rapid accumulation of assets.

BitMEX Research highlights that these ETFs saw net inflows amounting to $2.7 billion since their launch on January 9. BlackRock’s iShares Bitcoin Trust leads the pack with $4 billion in Bitcoin holdings, followed closely by Fidelity’s Wise Origin Bitcoin Fund, managing over $3.4 billion in Bitcoin.

The ARK 21Shares Bitcoin ETF has joined the billion-dollar club with approximately $1 billion in Bitcoin assets. In contrast, the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) experienced $6.3 billion in outflows in the last month, with February 9 marking its lowest daily outflow at $51.8 million since its conversion.

Bloomberg analyst Eric Balchunas commented on the strength of these ETFs, saying, “I thought the Nine would get a bit weaker as GBTC outflows subsided, but they’re getting stronger.”

Bitcoin’s price has shown resilience, maintaining above-key technical and on-chain support levels throughout January. ARK Invest’s analysis suggests a growing preference for Bitcoin over gold as a “risk-off” asset, with Bitcoin’s value in relation to gold increasing significantly over the past seven years.

ARK Invest also posits that Bitcoin’s robustness will continue amidst changing macroeconomic conditions, including cooling inflation and rising real rates, as traditional banks face challenges in retaining deposits.

The SEC’s approval of Bitcoin ETF applications from leading firms like ARK 21Shares, Invesco Galaxy, VanEck, WisdomTree, Fidelity, Valkyrie, BlackRock, and Grayscale on January 10 marks a significant milestone, coming years after the initial application by the Winklevoss twins in 2013 for the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust.




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