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Digital Asset Investments Surpasses $1B Fueled by Rising Allocations to Bitcoin and Ethereum

The Friday, November 10 publication by CoinShares revealed digital asset investment products are geared towards the most significant allocations led by the rising Bitcoin and Ethereum demand. CoinShares research executive James Butterfill illustrated that the demand led by Bitcoin and Ethereum pushed the crypto fund investments beyond $1.07 billion.

Butterfill reflected on Bitcoin’s fresh rally past the $37100 resistance level as coinciding with the increased allocations towards digital asset investment products. The recent market activity portrays a notable spike in annual inflows from the $847 million inflows reported by CoinShare on Monday, November 6.

Digital Assets Investment Realize Strong Recovery From 2022 Blowup

Butterfill clarified that the CoinShares report captures allocations to crypto investment products such as Bitwise’s 10 Crypto Index Fund (BITW) and Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust (GBTC). The research head observed that 2023 ranks as the third-largest record of pure inflows since CoinShare started tracking the data back in 2015. 

Butterfill described 2023 as one showcasing a lot of demand and interest unmatched since 2021. Butterfill weighs on the industry’s numbers that suffered a steep decline in 2022. 


The digital asset prices suffered in 2022 amid the blowup involving high-profile crypto firms. Bitcoin price plunged to $15649, with inflows restricted to $389 million. 

Huge Inflows Suggest Growing Institutional Interest in Digital Assets Investment

Butterfill considered the recent surge in inflows to portray the positive sentiment that investors harbor toward digital assets. He attributed the recent deluge of inflows to changing sentiment among institutional investors.

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 The CoinShares executive indicated that the presence of large chunks of inflows suggests that institutions are likely acquiring crypto investment products. However, such inflows are challenging to tell their source particularly when involving investment products such as the exchange traded funds (ETFs). Often, institutional investors prefer executing anonymous transactions. 

CoinShares attributes the widespread anticipation of the US Securities and Exchange Commission to approve the dozens of applications for the spot Bitcoin ETF as the primary driver of Bitcoin’s surge. The firm’s analysts link the largest token by market capitalization as accountable for the bulk of the billion-dollar allocation. In particular, the CoinShares publication shows that Bitcoin accounted for 96% of the allocations, translating to $1.03 billion. 

CoinShares publication indicates that there exists less stigma in allocating capital to cryptocurrency-related investments. Butterfill indicates that less stigma among institutions is witnessed as the largest global asset managers, including Larry Fink’s BlackRock, Bitwise, and Franklin Templeton, enter the crypto waters with bids for spot Bitcoin ETF.

Investors Yet to Discover Potential Yield in Deflationary Ethereum

A revisit of the crypto-related activity reveals Thursday’s filing by BlackRock with the SEC and NASDAQ, suggestive of the groundwork for the Ethereum-based ETF. CoinGecko data indicates that the activities of BlackRock fueled the second-largest crypto asset to rally 16% above the $2100.

Further review reveals that Ethereum turned deflationary at a time when altcoins within its network realized increased activity. By Monday, CoinShares reported Ethereum annual outflows plunging by $30 million to $77 million.  

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Butterfill opined that investors would ultimately discover Ethereum is perhaps the only deflationary token that would offer an untapped yield. The research head illustrated that Ethereum offers unique investment opportunities he labels as high-yielding tech-based stock. 

Meanwhile, Ethereum is exchanging hands 1.3% down in a day at $2,053.61. Ethereum had earlier tested the day’s low at $2,028.05, though it also realized a high at $2,086.61. Ethereum price still retains the 9.47% increase in the seven-day run, as per CoinGecko. 

Ethereum trading volume slipped by 18.80% in the past 24 hours to average $11.467 billion to signal declined market activity. CoinGecko data shows Ethereum remains 57.85% away from the all-time high of $4878.26 realized on November 10, 2021. From a circulating supply of 120 million tokens, Ethereum ranks second largest, with a market capitalization of $247.171 billion. 

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Stephen Causby

Stephen Causby is an experienced crypto journalist who writes for Tokenhell. He is passionate for coverage in crypto news, blockchain, DeFi, and NFT.

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