U.S. Bitcoin ETFs Net Flow Analysis (As of July 1, 2024)

As of July 1, 2024, U.S. Bitcoin ETFs collectively hold 863,976 BTC, equivalent to approximately $54.3 billion. BlackRock leads the pack with 306,979 BTC and a notable net inflow of +1,366 BTC, reflecting strong investor confidence. Conversely, Fidelity experienced the largest net outflow of -437 BTC, despite holding 167,463 BTC. Grayscale also saw a reduction, with a net outflow of -198 BTC.

Other prominent ETFs like ARK Invest and VanEck maintained stable holdings, indicating steady investor interest without significant inflows or outflows. Bitwise and Invesco Galaxy experienced minor outflows, losing -4 BTC and -201 BTC respectively. Smaller ETFs such as Valkyrie and Franklin Templeton showed no net changes, suggesting a balanced investment environment.

Overall, the net inflow across all U.S. Bitcoin ETFs stands at +526 BTC, or $33 million, demonstrating sustained interest in Bitcoin investment. This trend highlights the mixed but generally positive sentiment towards Bitcoin ETFs, reflecting their growing role in diversified investment portfolios.

Disclaimer: Market capitalizations and data can vary in real-time. The information provided here is intended purely for educational purposes and should not, under any circumstances, be construed as financial advice.

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