Bitcoin has seen some volatility over the past few weeks. The cryptocurrency has bounced between $30,000 and $40,000, even falling below the former level at one point in time in a move that scared bulls.
Unfazed by the recent market volatility, data shows that institutional players have been adding to their Bitcoin positions.
Grayscale adds Bitcoin positions
According to crypto data aggregator Bloqport,Â Grayscale Investments, a Wall Street digital asset manager, added BTC worth $118 million to its coffers over the past day. This adds to the $1 billion that Grayscale has bought for its clients over the past seven days.
This means that the company now has over $20 billion worth of the leading cryptocurrency under management, which is up by over seven percent in BTC terms over the past 30 days alone.
Grayscale is adding these funds for its GrayscaleÂ BitcoinÂ Trust, which holds BTC for accredited investors, often including hedge funds and other institutional players that need exposure to this space.
More corporate money inbound?
There may be even more corporate money inbound, though.
MicroStrategyâ€™s Michael Saylor found that he will be hosting a digital conference that will allow executives from Corporate America to learn more about Bitcoin and how they can implement it into their businesses:
â€œWeâ€™re going to have thousands of executives, officersâ€¦directors, & advisors of corporations coming together in the first week of February. They all want to figure out how to plug #bitcoin into their balance sheet or their P&Lâ€¦Weâ€™re going to open source it.â€
It is unclear if Grayscale is the optimal method for investors in Corporate America or Wall Street to allocate capital into Bitcoin, as there are an increasing number of institutional service providers that can safely execute and custody BTC.
Grayscaleâ€™s alt funds
Grayscale is expected to add new funds soon for institutional players to obtain further exposure to altcoins.
This screenshot was shared below just recently, which shows filings indicating there have been documents signed and submitted for new Grayscale funds, including those forÂ ChainlinkÂ (LINK),Â TezosÂ (XTZ),Â Basic Attention TokenÂ (BAT),Â DecentralandÂ (MANA), andÂ FilecoinÂ (FIL).