The Bitcoin rally is just getting underway.

In fact, after crossing the $50,000 threshold, it could see higher highs. According to analysts at Bernstein, “Bitcoin’s best days are yet to happen as the ETF-driven market fuels fears of missing out (FOMO). In this context, they believe BTC is well-placed to soar to new record highs.”

Helping, we’re seeing massive inflows into Bitcoin ETFs.

“Bitcoin’s price action was supported by last week’s strong inflows into spot bitcoin ETFs, attracting over $1.1 billion net fresh funds amid slowing outflows from incumbent funds such as Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) and ProShares’ futures-based ETF (BITO),” said CoinDesk.com.

On top of that, we have the Bitcoin halving coming up.

“Initially, Bernstein forecasted a Bitcoin rally following its halving event. However, given the massive success of the ETF launch and the continuous inflow into ETFs, analysts now anticipate a Bitcoin rally before the halving event,” added CoinMarketCap.com.

In addition, according to CryptoQuant co-founder Ki Young Ju, “Bitcoin could reach $112,000 this year driven by ETF inflows, worst-case $55,000.”

You can always buy Bitcoin to take advantage of the potential FOMO rally. But for those of you not interested in trading actual cryptocurrencies, you may want to consider mining stocks, like Marathon Digital (MARA) and Riot Platforms (RIOT).