Institutional managers hold a record $57B worth of crypto, according to CoinS...

Institutional managers hold a record $57B worth of crypto, according to CoinS...

Inflows into Grayscale products continue to surge, according to CoinShares data. Bitcoin remains the preferred asset for institutional investors. Inflows into cryptocurrency investment products topped $57 billion last week, marking a new all-time high and underscoring the rapid adoption of digital assets underway among institutions. In its weekly inflows report, digital asset manager CoinShares, said net inflows into digital asset investment products rose by $99 million for the week ended Mar. 19. Grayscale generated $9.1 million of inflows, bringing its year-to-date total to $2.373....


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