Bitcoin ETFs See 4-Day Inflow Surge as Investor Appetite Grows

Bitcoin investment surges with billions flowing into Spot Bitcoin ETFs despite price hovering below its all-time high.

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  • Investor interest in Bitcoin ETFs has surged after four days of experiencing more inflows than outflows.
  • Net inflows into Bitcoin ETFs have skyrocketed despite Bitcoin’s price remaining below its all-time high.
  • One Bitcoin ETF stands out for having net outflows, contrasting with the overall positive trend.

The Bitcoin market has witnessed a surge in investor interest, with net inflows into Spot Bitcoin ETF products exceeding $12.6 billion. This momentum comes despite Bitcoin’s current price sitting below its previous all-time high of $69,000.

Bitcoin ETFs See Major Inflows

Data from SoSoValue, a cryptocurrency analytics firm, reveals a remarkable trend of consistent inflows over the past four days. On April 5 alone, the Bitcoin ETF market saw a significant inflow of $203 million. Chinese crypto journalist Colin Wu highlighted these figures, attributing the surge to a specific ETF.

BlackRock’s IBIT ETF has emerged as the frontrunner in this investment wave, recording a net inflow of nearly $308 million in a single day. This significant addition brings IBIT’s total historical net inflows to a staggering $14.77 billion, solidifying its dominance in the Bitcoin ETF landscape.


Fidelity’s FBTC ETF is trailing closely behind, with a net inflow of $83.02 million reported on April 5. SoSoValue data indicates that FBTC has accumulated a total net inflow of $7.96 billion since its launch, showcasing strong investor confidence.

Bitwise’s BITB ETF also joins the ranks of top performers, recording a net inflow of $7.39 million on the same day. Since its launch, BITB has amassed a total net inflow of $1.66 billion, demonstrating a steady increase in investor interest.

Bitcoin Price Up Slightly Despite GBTC Outflows

Interestingly, Grayscale’s GBTC, a long-established player in the Bitcoin investment space, starkly contrasts the prevailing trend. GBTC recorded a net outflow of $198 million on April 5, pushing its total net outflow figure to a significant $15.5 billion. This divergence suggests a potential shift in investor preference towards newer ETF offerings.


Despite the positive inflows, the price of Bitcoin currently sits at $68,000, reflecting a slight increase of 1.2% over the past 24 hours. While this marks a 2.66% rise over the last month, it also signifies a 3% decline compared to the previous week. Nevertheless, Bitcoin maintains its position as the leading cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

On the Flipside

  • The cryptocurrency market is known for its volatility. Inflows could slow or reverse if Bitcoin’s price experiences a significant drop.
  • Bitcoin’s recent rise could be linked to ETF inflows, but correlation doesn’t imply causation.

Why This Matters

This unprecedented surge in Bitcoin ETF inflows, particularly towards newer offerings like BlackRock’s IBIT, signifies a maturing crypto market. Investors increasingly seek secure and familiar avenues for exposure, potentially leading to greater price stability and mainstream adoption of Bitcoin in the long run.

To learn more about the recent shift in Bitcoin ETF sentiment, read here:
BTC ETF Sentiment Shifts as Grayscale’s Outflow Bleeding Slows

Curious to know more about Morgan Stanley and other banks offering Bitcoin ETFs? Read here:
Morgan Stanley Bitcoin ETF? Insiders Stir the Pot

This article is for information purposes only and should not be considered trading or investment advice. Nothing herein shall be construed as financial, legal, or tax advice. Trading forex, cryptocurrencies, and CFDs pose a considerable risk of loss.

Kyle Calvert

Kyle Calvert is a cryptocurrency news reporter for DailyCoin, specializing in Ripple, stablecoins, as well as price and market analysis news. Before his current role, Kyle worked as a student researcher in the cryptocurrency industry, gaining an understanding of how digital currencies work, their potential uses, and their impact on the economy and society. He completed his Masters and Honors degrees in Blockchain Technology within Esports and Business and Event management within Esports at Staffordshire University.