Volume 54: Digital Asset Fund Flows Weekly

James Butterfill
Nov 8, 2021 · 2 min read

Week ending 5 November: Inflows YTD of US$8.9bn have smashed last year’s record of US$6.7bn

  • Digital asset investment products saw inflows totalling US$174m last week, marking the 12th consecutive week of inflows.
  • This brings year-to-date inflows to US$8.9bn, significantly greater than the US$6.7bn seen in 2020.
  • Bitcoin inflows in this 8-week bull-run now total US$2.8bn with year-to-date inflows now at a record US$6.4bn.
  • Tron, a digital platform focussed primarily on hosting entertainment applications, has seen inflows totalling US$79m over the last 7 weeks making it the 8th largest by AuM.

Digital asset investment products saw inflows totalling US$174m last week, marking the 12th consecutive week of inflows. This brings year-to-date inflows to US$8.9bn, significantly greater than the US$6.7bn seen in 2020. Total assets under management(AuM)have also reached a new all-time high of US$80bn.

Bitcoin saw inflows totalling US$95m last week representing the largest inflows of all digital assets. Inflows in this 8-week bull-run now total US$2.8bn with year-to-date inflows now at a record US$6.4bn.

Ethereum saw renewed positive sentiment with inflows totalling US$31m last week. Ethereum’s market share has suffered in recent months due to Bitcoin’s dominance, but the recent combination of positive price performance and inflow has seen their AuM rise to a record US$20bn.

Altcoins remain popular with markable inflows from Polkadot, Solana and Cardano totalling US$9.6m, US$8.5m and US$5m respectively. Polkadot inflows last week represent the largest weekly on record.

Tron, a digital platform focussed primarily on hosting entertainment applications, has seen inflows totalling US$79m over the last 7 weeks making it the 8th largest by AuM.

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