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BlackRock, Fidelity Trusts Have Outperformed 99.9% of All ETFs

BlackRock and Fidelity's Bitcoin ETFs are two of the top 20 ETFs with the longest streak of inflows of all time

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BlackRock's BTC ETF, iShares Bitcoin Trust (IBIT) continues to break records, along with the Fidelity Wise Origin Bitcoin Trust (FBTC).

IBIT and FBTC are now two of the top 20 ETFs with the longest streak of continuous inflows of all time. IBIT's net assets have totaled over $17 billion, while FBTC has almost $10 billion.

Both have seen continuous inflows since their launch 59 trading days ago. If these inflows continue for another 11 days, the trusts will enter the top 10 ranking.

IBIT and FBTC have reportedly outperformed 99.9% of all ETFs ever launched since the market opened in the 1990s. By the end of 2022, there were roughly 9000 ETFs globally.

Global Phenomenon

Since the approval of Bitcoin ETFs by the SEC in January 2024, the product has seen unparalleled success. Regulators and companies around the world have monitored the situation in America closely.

Most recently, two China-based asset management firms have submitted applications for spot Bitcoin ETFs via their Hong Kong subsidiaries, sparking a renewed push in Bitcoin's price.

Harvest Fund Management and Southern Fund have subsidiaries located in Hong Kong and manage assets worth over $200 billion. Both firms have reportedly submitted applications to the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).

Bitcoin Crosses $72K as Chinese Asset Managers Apply for Bitcoin ETFs
Harvest Fund Management and Southern Funds’ Hong Kong subsidiaries have submitted Bitcoin ETF applications to the SFC

Last month, Thailand's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) greenlit Bitcoin ETFs for institutional investors and ultra-high-net-worth individuals.

The SEC determined that spot Bitcoin ETFs are classified as securities, not digital assets. This allows Thai securities firms to be involved in these investments.

Thailand Approves Spot Bitcoin ETFs For Institutional and Wealthy Individuals
You’ll soon be able to participate in Bitcoin ETFs in Thailand... If you’re super rich.