JPMorgan’s Analysis Shows Institutional Investors Moving From Gold ETFs to Bi...

JPMorgan’s Analysis Shows Institutional Investors Moving From Gold ETFs to Bi...

JPMorgan has highlighted evidence of institutional demand for bitcoin and investors moving from gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to the cryptocurrency. The firm points out that bitcoin demand is driven not only by younger retail investors but also by institutional investors, such as family offices and asset managers. Gold ETF Investors Moving to Bitcoin JPMorgan’s Global Markets Strategy team released a report Friday that discusses bitcoin. It also compares the flow trajectories for Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) and gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The report reads: Corporate....


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