As the allure of digital assets persists, the cryptocurrency market has recorded the entry of institutional investors for the 11th consecutive week. However, this time, investors focused on increasing their positions in response to price rises and perceived risks, making a total entry of 43 million dollars.
Europe appears to be in a leading position in attracting crypto investments with 43 million dollars, closely followed by the United States with an entry of 14 million dollars, half of which is directed towards short-term positions. On the other hand, Hong Kong and Brazil are facing outflows of 8 million and 4.6 million dollars respectively.
Bitcoin, which continues to hold strong investor interest, reached a total of 1.7 billion dollars since the beginning of the year, with an entry of 20 million dollars. Interestingly, short-term Bitcoin investment products, reflecting investors’ skepticism about the current price increase, also saw an increase of 8.6 million dollars.
After becoming a topic of discussion due to an outflow of 125 million dollars since the beginning of the year, Ethereum marked its sixth consecutive week of increase with an entry of 10 million dollars, indicating a significant improvement in investor sentiment.
In the altcoin space, Solana and Avalanche are shining with entries of 3 million and 2 million dollars respectively. These altcoins continue to solidify their positions as preferred options in the dynamic world of crypto.
The cryptocurrency market, amidst various regional dynamics and emerging trends, is becoming a dynamic arena for both experienced and new investors, showcasing flexibility and adaptability.