MicroStrategy compra 5050 bitcoins adicionales

La compañía de software ya posee un total de 114.042 bitcoins, adquiridos a un precio medio de $23.713 por cada uno.

AccessTimeIconSep 13, 2021 at 7:40 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:24 a.m. UTC

MicroStrategy adquirió 5050 bitcoins adicionales y ahora posee un total de 114.042 bitcoins, según confirmó la compañía de software de business intelligence.

La empresa adquirió su total de bitcoins por un valor de $3160 millones, a un precio medio de $23.713 por bitcoin. Medido en precios actuales, el valor total de las tenencias de bitcoins de MicroStrategy asciende a $5100 millones.

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  • La compañía, que cotiza en el Nasdaq, dijo que había comprado unos 8957 bitcoins por $419.9 millones durante el tercer trimestre. En agosto la empresa reveló que había adquirido 3907 bitcoins a un precio medio de $45.294 por cada criptomoneda.

    El CEO de MicroStrategy, Michael Saylor, ha hecho de la adquisición de bitcoins un segundo objetivo para su empresa de 32 años. Su otro negocio es el desarrollo de software de inteligencia empresarial.

    MicroStrategy posee tal cantidad de bitcoins que algunos inversores utilizan a la empresa como un sustituto para invertir en la criptomoneda. Las acciones se han hundido desde un máximo de $1.273 en marzo hasta $616 el lunes por la mañana.

    Traducido por Andrés Engler

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