MicroStrategy Buys Another 1,045 Bitcoin for $23.9M
The company now holds 140,000 bitcoin worth about $4 billion.
Michael Saylor's MicroStrategy (MSTR) purchased an additional 1,045 bitcoin (BTC) for a total of $23.9 million, or an average price of $28,016, between March 23 and April 4, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
This latest purchase brings the company's bitcoin holdings up to approximately 140,000, worth roughly $4 billion at the current price of $28,500. The overall average purchase price on those holdings is $29,803.
On March 27, MicroStrategy disclosed the purchase of 6,455 bitcoin for $161 million in the previous five weeks. At that time, the company also said it paid off what was left of its $205 million loan from failed Silvergate Bank.
MSTR is higher by 1.2% premarket alongside bitcoin's 1% overnight gain.
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