Cryptocurrency investment products saw their third consecutive week of outflows last week with around $435 million leaving these products in the largest weekly outflow since March 2024, but despite the outflows multi-asset and Solana-focused products saw significant inflows.

According to CoinShares’ latest Digital Asset Fund Flows weekly report, cryptocurrency investment products also saw trading volumes drop to $11.8 billion over the past week, compared to $18 billion the prior week, in a decrease that aligned with Bitcoin’s price drop.

Grayscale, a leading digital asset investment manager, continued to experience outflows, although at a decelerating rate. The firm saw $440 million leave its products last week, which represents its lowest outflow in nine weeks.

The outflows were primarily concentrated on Bitcoin and Ethereum investment products, with $423 million and $38 million leaving these products, respectively. Interestingly, a broad range of alternative cryptocurrencies (altcoins) saw inflows, with investors favoring multi-coin investment products, which saw $7 million of inflows.

Popular altcoins like Solana, Litecoin, and Chainlink also continued to attract investment, with inflows of $4 million, $3 million, and $2.8 million, respectively.  Per CoinShares, institutional investors are seemingly “broadening their exposure to altcoins”, including SOL, which has itself seen a “dramatic increase in allocations.”

Investors are seemingly more optimistic about Solana, based on a survey of 64 investors with a total of $600 billion in assets under management. It’s worth noting that Solana’s price is up over 470% over the past year as it saw a major surge, but it has lost around 33% of its value over the last 30 days.

As CryptoGlobe reported, a popular cryptocurrency analyst known in the space for accurately predicting the cryptocurrency market bottom during the 2018 bear market, has recently said the price of Solana is “gearing up for a violent breakout.”

Notably, earlier this month Solana whales started buying up memecoins amid a recent cryptocurrency market downturn that has seen the prices of these assets plunge.

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