CoinShares: Ethereum Seconds Bitcoin as Crypto Fund Managers’ AUM Skyrocket

Institutional crypto fund managers witnessed an increase in their assets under management (AUM) in the past week, despite the declining appetite of U.S. investors for crypto investment. products According to the CoinShares Digital Asset Fund Flows report released on March 22, 2021, bitcoin (BTC) attracted $85.3 million in total inflows, while Ethereum managed 7.8m in
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