Crypto Investment Products Market Reaches Net Inflow Year-to-Date [Advance Cash ]

Crypto Investment Products Market Reaches Net Inflow Year-To-Date

The crypto investment products market saw $57 million in inflows during the week of April 3, according to the CoinShares report.

This influx has brought the crypto investment products market into a net inflow position since the start of the year, as noted by the CoinShares report.

Weekly Feeds (Source: Coinshares)

Until the week of March 20, the crypto investment products market saw outflows for six consecutive weeks. Total losses during this period amounted to $408 million.

The largest outflow in those six weeks was the week of March 6, when the market lost $255 million, which was 1% of the market at the time.

Flow per asset

Bitcoin (BTC)-based investment products accounted for almost all of the inflows recorded during the week. Of the $57 million in total inflows, BTC products saw $56 million in inflows.

Flows Per Asset (Source: Coinshares)

Ethereum (ETH) based products contributed the second largest amount, with $600,000 in inflows. Ripple (XRP) and Polygon (MATIC) also contributed $200,000 each.

Meanwhile, BTC-based products and multi-asset products saw outflows worth $600,000 and $400,000, respectively.

Feeds by provider

When streams are categorized by provider, ProShares stands out as the organization with the largest inflow at $25.3 million, or more than 44% of the total amount.

Feeds By Provider (Source: Coinshares)

21Shares followed ProShares as the second largest contributor to entries with $11.8 million. Even though CoinShares Physical saw $1.1 million in inflows, CoinShares XBT saw $1.2 million out, bringing CoinShares final score to $100,000 out.

Meanwhile, Purpose and CI Investments saw inflows of $900,000 and $100,000 – while 3Qi saw outflows of $100,000.

The United States leads the way

According to the figures, the United States is responsible for adding $26.8 million in admissions, which is almost 50% of the total amount.

Germany and Switzerland followed the United States in contributing the second and third largest shares of admissions with $16.6 million and $12.8 million, respectively. Canada also contributed $2.2 million in capital inflows in fourth place.

Meanwhile, Sweden and Brazil recorded $1.2 million and $300,000 in releases, respectively.

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