Record first quarter for institutional crypto investment products: CoinShares

Record first quarter for institutional crypto investment products: CoinShares

Assets under management for institutional funds have hit a record high of $59 billion. According to digital asset investment manager CoinShares, the first quarter of 2021 has hit a new record for institutional crypto product inflows.As reported in the April 6 CoinShares Fund Flows Weekly bulletin, Q1 of this year hit a new record with $4.5 billion in inflows compared with $3.9 billion in the final quarter of 2020.It added that inflows for the past week recorded, ending on April 2, totaled $106 million helping push the total for the three-month period 11% higher than the previous quarter.....


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