JPMorgan: Bitcoin Institutional Inflows in October are “Impressive”

JPMorgan: Bitcoin Institutional Inflows in October are “Impressive”

Leading Bitcoin and crypto-asset fund manager Grayscale has seen a strong influx of investment over recent months. JP Morgan analysts think that this may be a sign that Bitcoin is acting as an alternative to gold. JP Morgan noted that while capital inflows have slowed for gold ETFs, Grayscale is seeing its Bitcoin holdings explode higher. Bitcoin’s Institutional Inflows Are Impressive Leading Bitcoin and crypto-asset fund manager Grayscale has seen a strong influx of investment […]


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