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Finally, Bitcoin ETFs Are Making Enormous Comeback

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Finally, Bitcoin ETFs Are Making Enormous Comeback

Bitcoin ETFs are finally making a comeback, with net outflows turning into inflows thanks to the market recovery. After a period of consistent outflows, a change is here, signaling a potential trend change for Bitcoin.

According to SoSoValue’s latest data, the Bitcoin spot ETFs have received a substantial net inflow of $15.7 million, disrupting a five-day sequence of net outflows. In stark contrast, Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) experienced a single-day net outflow of $350 million.

Finally, Bitcoin ETFs Are Making Enormous Comeback

Leading the charge in this influx is Fidelity’s Bitcoin ETF (FBTC), which alone accounted for a remarkable $261 million in net inflows. Not far behind was BlackRock’s ETF (IBIT), with a commendable net inflow of $35.48 million in one day.

Such movements on the market may suggest we are on the cusp of a significant rally reversal, potentially laying the groundwork for Bitcoin’s growth. Investor sentiment, as reflected in ETF inflows, often precedes broader market trends, implying renewed confidence in the asset’s future.

As for now, Bitcoin is consolidating at the local resistance levels that can be observed at $70,000. A return above it would pretty much mark a return of the uptrend on the cryptocurrency markets.

The asset is currently testing resistance near the $64,000 zone. A decisive break above this level could signal continued bullish momentum, potentially driving prices toward the $71,000 threshold.

However, the journey is not without its hurdles. Should the resistance prove formidable, a retreat to retest the $59,910 support level would n’ot be out of the question. The strength of this support is crucial; a strong hold may fortify investor optimism, while a breach could see prices seek comfort at lower levels, perhaps around the $53,771 line, indicated by the moving averages as a historical pivot point.