La firma MicroStrategy compra 301 bitcoins y ya suma aproximadamente 130.000

La empresa de software adquirió las monedas adicionales a un precio promedio de US$19.851.

AccessTimeIconSep 20, 2022 at 2:49 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:57 a.m. UTC

MicroStrategy (MSTR) compró 301 bitcoins (BTC) entre el 2 de agosto y el 19 de septiembre por unos US$6 millones, según su declaración ante la Comisión de Valores de Estados Unidos del martes.

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  • La empresa de software, cofundada por el empresario y defensor de las criptomonedas Michael Saylor, adquirió la criptomoneda más importante del mundo a un precio promedio de US$19.851 cada una, según la declaración.

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    MicroStrategy es un reconocido poseedor de bitcoin que guarda a la criptomoneda entre sus reservas. Ahora ya cuenta con alrededor de 130.000 bitcoins, las cuales fueron adquiridas por un precio total de US$3.980 millones, o US$30.639 cada una.

    Al momento de esta publicación, bitcoin cotizaba a US$18.983.

    Este artículo fue traducido por Natalia Paulovsky

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