- After a six-week break, digital asset investment products witness a $21 million resurgence in inflows, influenced by positive trends and economic concerns.
- Solana stands out with $5 million in inflows, marking its 27th week of gains, while Ethereum continues to face seven consecutive weeks of outflows.
- Regional variations reveal US outflows but inflows in Europe and Canada, highlighting the nuanced dynamics of crypto asset flow.
In an interesting turn of events, after a six-week hiatus, digital asset investment products have experienced a resurgence of inflows. The resurgence amounts to a substantial $21 million. According to the digital asset fund weekly report, this renewed interest appears to be driven by a confluence of factors. These include positive price trends, concerns regarding US government debt, and recent uncertainties surrounding government funding.
Notably, Solana remains in the spotlight, recording $5 million in inflows, highlighting its impressive streak of 27 weeks with positive inflows and only four weeks of outflows thus far this year. But that’s not all; there is much more that readers need to know, and we’ll dive right into it.
Crypto Assets & Their Flow
When it comes to digital assets, one cannot expect consistency in every region. Similarly, the report points out that the US is currently witnessing outflows totaling US$19m last week, but on the other hand, Europe and Canada are seeing inflows of US$23m and US$17m, respectively.
Moreover, Last week, Bitcoin witnessed inflows amounting to $20 million, predominantly contributing to the total inflow. Meanwhile, outflows persisted in the short Bitcoin category, with $1.5 million in the past week, pushing the outflow tally to $85 million since April.
On the contrary, we can see that the Altcoin market activity remains subdued. Only Solana has managed to maintain its standout performance. It recorded $5 million in inflows, marking its 27th week of gains, with only four weeks of outflows this year, establishing itself as the favored altcoin of the year.
Conversely, Ethereum has faced outflows for the seventh consecutive week, totaling $1.5 million, solidifying its position as the less favored altcoin. All in all, the factors dictating the inflows and outflows of the market are playing a crucial role, and all eyes are set on what the future will hold.
Crypto Weekly Report