- Michael Saylor claimed he was purchasing Bitcoin at $1,000 per second.
- Galaxy Digital Holdings, a crypto-focused merchant bank, has 16,400 BTC.
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BTC is now the company’s major reserve asset. It has 124,391 BTC in reserve as of December 2021, worth approximately $5.8 billion. MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor claimed he was purchasing Bitcoin at $1,000 per second.
According to an SEC filing, Tesla has invested “an aggregate $1.50 billion” in Bitcoin; the company’s 42,902 BTC are presently worth $2.04 billion.
Galaxy Digital Holdings
Galaxy Digital Holdings, a crypto-focused merchant bank, has 16,400 BTC, valued at approximately $779 million, according to bitcointreasuries.org.
Voyager Digital LTD
According to bitcointreasuries.org, Voyager Digital has 12,260 BTC, valued at roughly $582 million. Furthermore, in May 2021, the company announced quarterly sales of $60.4 million, up 16x from the previous quarter.
Along with Tesla, Block (previously Square) ignited institutional Bitcoin interest with a $50 million investment in October 2020. Since then, the payments business has invested in Bitcoin. Moreover, releasing another $170 million in its Q4 2020 financial report.
Marathon Digital Holdings Inc.
Marathon Digital, a firm that mines Bitcoin, has 7,649 BTC in its corporate treasury, worth roughly $363 million.
Coinbase Global, Inc.
Coinbase, perhaps the most well-known crypto business on this list, went public on the Nasdaq in April 2021. Furthermore, Coinbase announced in February 2021 that it had $230 million in Bitcoin on its bank sheet; by December 2021, that figure had dropped to $213 million (4,482 BTC).
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