Bitcoin accounted for the lion's share of the aforementioned figure with $225 million. This development is not surprising since the narrative about U.S. securities regulators potentially approving a futures-based Bitcoin exchange-traded fund has been driving the cryptocurrency's prices higher.
Solana and Cardano recorded minor inflows of $12.5 million and $3 million, respectively.
Ethereum funds, on the other hand, hemorrhaged $14 million. The second-largest cryptocurrency is down nearly 25% from the start of September.
XRP, Polkadot, Litecoin are also in the red.
Leading cryptocurrency money manager Grayscale has $49.5 billion worth of assets under management, according to its latest update.
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