Digital Asset Management Review

CCData’s Digital Asset Management Review provides an overview of the global digital asset investment product landscape. Our review focuses on key developments across various product types and tracks the adoption of these products by analysing assets under management, trading volumes, price performance and more.

  • January 31, 2024

In January 2024, the Assets Under Management (AUM) for Bitcoin spot ETFs slightly declined by 5.32%, falling to $47.3 billion. This decrease was largely due to outflows from Grayscale and a dip in Bitcoin's price.

Key Findings

  • In January, even with the landmark approval of the initial Bitcoin spot ETFs, the sector's total assets under management (AUM) saw a period of relative stability, registering a slight increase of 1.53% to $50.7 billion.
  • Average daily aggregate trading volumes for digital asset investment products experienced a significant upward trend in January 2024 rising 224% to $2.19 billion.
  • Grayscale's outflows have begun to decelerate. Since its conversion to a spot Bitcoin ETF, GBTC has registered a total of $5.23 billion in outflows.
  • Despite experiencing significant outflows, GBTC remained a major player in the U.S. ETF sector, with an AUM of $20.4 billion. BlackRock’s iShares IBIT and Fidelity FBTC followed closely, both exceeding the $2 billion mark.
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Digital Asset Management Review

CCData’s Digital Asset Management Review provides an overview of the global digital asset investment product landscape. Our review focuses on key developments across various product types and tracks the adoption of these products by analysing assets under management, trading volumes, price performance and more.

  • January 31, 2024

Report Summary

In January 2024, the Assets Under Management (AUM) for Bitcoin spot ETFs slightly declined by 5.32%, falling to $47.3 billion. This decrease was largely due to outflows from Grayscale and a dip in Bitcoin's price.

Key Findings

  • In January, even with the landmark approval of the initial Bitcoin spot ETFs, the sector's total assets under management (AUM) saw a period of relative stability, registering a slight increase of 1.53% to $50.7 billion.
  • Average daily aggregate trading volumes for digital asset investment products experienced a significant upward trend in January 2024 rising 224% to $2.19 billion.
  • Grayscale's outflows have begun to decelerate. Since its conversion to a spot Bitcoin ETF, GBTC has registered a total of $5.23 billion in outflows.
  • Despite experiencing significant outflows, GBTC remained a major player in the U.S. ETF sector, with an AUM of $20.4 billion. BlackRock’s iShares IBIT and Fidelity FBTC followed closely, both exceeding the $2 billion mark.
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