MicroStrategy has bought another 328 Bitcoin, bringing its total to 90,859 BTC
MicroStrategy Inc.’s Michael Saylor purchased more Bitcoin to raise the enterprise-software company’s holdings to more than $4 billion.
MicroStrategy has bought another 328 bitcoin, bringing its total to 90,859 BTC
The Tysons Corner, a Virginia-based company disclosed that it bought 328 Bitcoins for $15 million in cash, increasing its pile to about 90,859, acquired at an average of $24,063 each.
Saylor has been one of a handful of chief executives to put Bitcoin on their balance sheets, saying the relaxation of the Federal Reserve’s inflation policy helped to sour him on cash. The company has even issued convertible bonds to help finance its purchases of the coins. Square Inc. and Tesla Inc. have also made purchases.
MicroStrategy has purchased an additional ~328 bitcoins for ~$15.0 million in cash at an average price of ~$45,710 per #bitcoin. As of 3/1/2021, we #hodl ~90,859 bitcoins acquired for ~$2.186 billion at an average price of ~$24,063 per bitcoin. $MSTRhttps://t.co/fGH5KacsPI
— Michael Saylor (@michael_saylor) March 1, 2021
Shares of MicroStrategy rose 2.6% to $769.80 as of 9:53 a.m. in New York. The stock has surged almost 500% in the past year. Bitcoin gained 6.5% to $48,176, after quadrupling in 2020.
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