Fidelity Bitcoin ETF FBTC Leads Market with Impressive Inflows

  • Bitcoin ETFs in the United States have seen a resurgence in strong inflows recently, coinciding with Bitcoin’s price rally past $71,000.
  • Fidelity has taken a dominant position in the market, particularly with its FBTC gaining substantial inflows.
  • Notably, Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETF, FBTC, accumulated $220 million in inflows on a single day, boosting its total assets under management past $9.5 billion.

Learn about the recent surge in Bitcoin ETF inflows and discover why institutional demand is set to rise in our detailed analysis.

Bitcoin ETFs See Dramatic Inflows as Prices Rally

Recent market trends have shown a significant uptick in Bitcoin ETF inflows within the United States. Notably, on a remarkable Wednesday, the total inflows reached close to $500 million. This influx was primarily led by Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETF, FBTC, which stood out as the primary market driver. The ETF’s robust performance saw it accumulating $220 million in just one day, complementing the overall rally of Bitcoin’s price surging past $71,000.

Fidelity Bitcoin ETF FBTC Takes the Lead

While BlackRock has consistently dominated the inflows within the spot Bitcoin ETF space, Fidelity’s FBTC has recently overturned this trend. On June 5, FBTC experienced inflows of $220 million, adding up to nearly $600 million over two days. This impressive growth has pushed FBTC’s total assets under management (AUM) beyond the $9.5 billion mark. Though BlackRock’s IBIT still retains a larger AUM, Fidelity’s recent surge positions it as a prominent competitor in the market.

BlackRock’s spot ETF, IBIT, remains a significant player with an AUM that is double the size of Fidelity’s FBTC, despite the latter’s recent gains. The broader market on June 5 saw a notable net inflow of $488 million into Bitcoin spot ETFs, marking the 17th consecutive day of positive financial behavior. The day prior, this figure stood even higher at $887 million.

Among other notable players, Grayscale’s ETF GBTC reported a single-day inflow of $14.58 million. This, alongside Fidelity’s $221 million and BlackRock’s $155 million, brings the cumulative net inflow for Bitcoin spot ETFs to an outstanding total of $15.338 billion. To put this into perspective, the total Bitcoin acquisitions by spot ETFs have been 27 times the amount of newly mined Bitcoins daily.

Institutional Demand Set to Increase

Franklin Templeton’s CEO has commented on the growing adoption of Bitcoin ETFs, attributing this influx to early adopters. “This is just the beginning,” said CEO Jenny Jhonson. “We anticipate a larger wave of institutional investors stepping in soon.” Despite its smaller size relative to giants like BlackRock and Fidelity, the Franklin Bitcoin ETF has more than $420 million in assets under management, indicating that smaller players can still make a substantial impact in this growing market.


The landscape of Bitcoin ETFs is rapidly evolving, marked by significant inflows and an increasing number of institutional investors. Fidelity’s recent surge highlights the competitive dynamics within this sector, even as BlackRock maintains a larger market share. As the market continues to expand, the role of institutional investments will likely grow, promising even more substantial inflows in the future. Investors should stay attuned to these developments, as the current momentum in Bitcoin ETFs reflects a broader trend of mainstream acceptance and institutional endorsement.

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