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Bitcoin ETFs Gain Inflows as Gold Funds Wane; Rising Investor Interest in VeChain and InQubeta

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Bitcoin (BTC) has always been compared to gold because it is a safe investment option for investors to combat inflation and taxes. Although BTC has been around for a while, people have been skeptical about it, claiming instability and too much risk. But things changed recently when spot ETFs were released to retail investors. While Bitcoin has been pulling massive numbers, the liquidity in gold ETFs has reduced.

As interest in Bitcoin ETFs grows, tokens like VeChain (VET) and InQubeta (QUBE) have enjoyed high investor interest. VeChain recently rallied by 60% thanks to rising investor presence in the cryptocurrency. Meanwhile, InQubeta continues to record milestone achievements as it progresses in its presale event. Both altcoins have also earned massive gains while at it, showcasing their high upside potential. 

Let’s explore the inflows of liquidity into Bitcoin as gold liquidity wanes while discussing the attraction of Vechain and InQubeta.

InQubeta (QUBE) Entices Large Investors With Early Adopter Advantages

InQubeta is one of the top DeFi projects centered on merging AI and cryptocurrency. Before InQubeta, investing in the AI sector required large amounts of equity and complicated processes. These setbacks limit easy access to AI investments, but InQubeta hopes to be the first to make them accessible to everyone. Built as a decentralized cryptocurrency project, InQubeta creates a platform where users can buy fractionalized NFTs that have the value of AI investments baked into them. This investment model positions InQubeta as potentially the best crypto investment to benefit from the growth of AI.

Investors’ interest has been booming since they noticed its advantages over other top DeFi projects. Its budget-friendly nature is one reason investors have been attracted to it. With InQubeta, investors do not have to break the bank to earn profits from the AI sector because fractionalized NFTs are good for all price ranges. Another advantage of InQubeta is its reward scheme, which includes staking benefits. Holders who decide to lock their QUBE tokens are rewarded with profits from the platform’s tax pool, making it one of the best crypto investments for passive income.

One of InQubeta‘s most rewarding features is its ongoing ten-stage presale event, which has netted 264% returns for investors since it started last year. The event currently offers QUBE for $0.0245, the best price to get in before it debuts on DEXs and skyrockets by over 20% to $0.0308. As we’ve seen with many projects after they launch, InQubeta could skyrocket immediately. This potential has caused high expectations for the QUBE‘s launch, reflecting a milestone sale of over 831 million tokens and $10.4 million raised.

VeChain’s (VET) Platform Development Boosts Investment Interest¬†

VeChain has been pulling impressive investor interest since the beginning of the year. Still, interest in the project became noticeable recently when the value of VET surged by 60% in a week. The trading volume of VET rocketed, hitting roughly 380% growth, confirming the rising adoption of the token. The platform’s growth has been tied to events like Bitcoin’s push above $52,000, which triggered a surge for altcoins.

Although VET declined in January, it has recovered since then. Another reason for VeChain’s draw is its utility as a smart contract for supply chain management. VeChain has also upgraded its ecosystem with Account Abstraction. According to blockchain developers, this VeChain upgrade boosted the protocol’s functionality, improving its security.

Bitcoin’s (BTC) Investment Inflow Increased As Gold’s Outflows Doubles

During efforts to approve spot Bitcoin ETFs, everybody considered it an alternative option for investing in gold. Now that it has launched, it has recorded billions of dollars in liquidity inflow. Meanwhile, gold ETFs are suffering a massive exit of equity from them. According to reports, SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) and iShares Gold Trust (IAU) have logged massive liquidity outflows.

From the beginning of January until February, investors removed over $2.6 billion from GLD, while IAU suffered a deficit of roughly $507 million. These funds started the year with managed assets worth $58 billion and $26 billion, respectively. Compared to last year, when they enjoyed a solid liquidity inflow of up to $214 million and $86 million, it proves that gold investors are migrating. Meanwhile, new Bitcoin ETFs like IBIT from BlackRock and FBTC from Fidelity have collectively received over $10 billion in liquidity since January.

Final Thoughts

Investors have been predicting an upcoming shift in market dynamics for a long time. This decline in gold ETFs and the growth of BTC‘s fund confirm it. The cryptocurrency market isn’t slowing down, and as adoption increases, so does its dominance. This is why investing in altcoins like VeChain and InQubeta is an opportunity to earn life-changing returns. InQubeta has the potential to deliver long-term gains while pushing the innovation of the cryptocurrency industry to the next level. Investors are advised to take advantage of the ongoing 15% presale bonus.

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John Kiguru
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John Kiguru is an accomplished editor with a strong affinity for all things blockchain and crypto. Leveraging his editorial expertise, he brings clarity and coherence to complex topics within the decentralized technology sphere. With a meticulous approach, John refines and enhances content, ensuring that each piece resonates with the audience. John earned his Bachelor's degree in Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services from the University of Nairobi. His academic background enriches his ability to grasp and communicate intricate concepts within the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. Business Email: [email protected] Phone: +49 160 92211628