Compared with traditional asset classes, digital asset markets still have a “long way to go before more risk-averse investors are fully at ease,” according to CryptoCompare.
Key findings from the report include:
- Since June, total assets under management across exchange and over the counter-traded digital asset investment products decreased by 14% to $34.8 billion according to the report.
- “Grayscale products represent the vast majority of AUM at $27.9bn (80.1% of total) followed by those of XBT Provider ($2.7bn, 7.8% of total) and 21Shares ($949mn, 2.7% of total)” according to the report. (Grayscale is a unit of Digital Currency Group, which also owns CoinDesk.)
- The report also found that trading activity in the investment products continued to slow, with aggregate daily volumes of $319 million, down 35% so far in July compared with June levels. Grayscale’s bitcoin trust product (GBTC) sustained its majority share of trust product volume at 59.1%. However, average daily volume for GBTC was down 37% to $160 million
- Despite the decrease in trading activity and drop in AUM, net investment flows turned positive in July. Net inflows increased to $58.5 million, in comparison to net outflows of $59.5 million in June.