Bitcoin ETFs Pause Five-Day Outflow Trend as BTC Reclaims $70K

Bitcoin ETFs are back on track after recording their first net inflow following five consecutive days of outflows.

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  • Bitcoin ETFs have turned the tide.
  • The funds recorded their first net inflow after five days of consecutive outflows.
  • BTC also revisited the $70,000 mark.

U.S.-listed spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) recorded a total net inflow on Monday, breaking a five-day streak of outflows.

The development coincided with Bitcoin revisiting the $70,000 mark for the first time since March 15, a sign that the world’s largest crypto asset could reclaim its all-time high price of $74,000 ahead of the halving event, anticipated in April.

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According to BitMEX Research data shared on Tuesday, the net inflow into spot Bitcoin ETFs on March 25 totaled 212 BTC (about $15.7 million), with Fidelity’s FBTC leading the Nasdaq-listed funds with 3,689.3 BTC ($261.8 million) inflows.


BlackRock’s IBIT trailed behind Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETF with 500 BTC ($35.5 million) inflows as other funds like Bitwise’s BITB, Invesco’s BTCO, Franklin’s EZBC, and Valkyrie’s BRRR witnessed inflows of between $11 million and $20 million each.

Despite all the funds breaking consecutive single-day outflows of as much as $326.2 million, as witnessed on March 19, Grayscale’s GBTC fund continued to bleed, logging a single-day outflow of $350 million on Monday.

Meanwhile, since spot Bitcoin ETFs began trading in January this year, the price of BTC has risen steadily, gaining as much as over 50%. On Monday, the crypto asset gained over 4% and shot from $67,241 to $70,993 in under six hours.


On Tuesday, BTC had gained over 5% in the last 24 hours and peaked at $71,620 at about 10:35 UTC+3 before pairing some of the gains to exchange hands at $71,135 as of press time, CoinMarketCap data shows.

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