Stronghold Digital Upsizes IPO Price to $19 a Share

Shares are expected to commence trading on the Nasdaq Global Market today under the ticker symbol “SDIG.”

AccessTimeIconOct 20, 2021 at 10:23 a.m. UTC
Updated May 11, 2023 at 5:46 p.m. UTC

Pennsylvania-based bitcoin mining company Stronghold Digital has upsized its initial public offering (IPO) to $19 per share, with plans to raise $127 million.

  • Shares are expected to commence trading on the Nasdaq Global Market today on Wednesday under the ticker symbol “SDIG,” the company announced.
  • The company expects to receive around $114.8 million of the $127 million raised, which it will use to acquire new miners and power-generating assets.
  • The miner upsized its IPO price from the previously announced range of $16- $18 per share. It had planned to raise $94 million to $106 million as per its filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Oct. 13.
  • Stronghold, which coverts coal waste into mining power, operates 3,000 miners, with a hashrate capacity of about 185 petahash per second. It plans to bring its total hashrate capacity to more than 2,100 PH/s by December and to more than 8,000 PH/s by December 2022.
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