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$10 Billion in BTC Reserves: Companies With Bitcoin Treasuries Command Close to 4% of the Supply

$10 Billion in BTC Reserves: Companies With Bitcoin Treasuries Command Close to 4% of the Supply

The web portal bitcointreasuries.org now shows close to two dozen firms with a large number of bitcoin reserves. Currently, the aggregate total bitcoin held in reserves by the 23 companies listed is roughly 785,999 BTC worth well over $10 billion dollars. This past August the billion-dollar firm Microstrategy announced it purchased 21,454 BTC for around […]

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Institutional Rain: Grayscale Attracts Over $1 Billion In Fresh Crypto Investments in Q3

The world’s largest digital currency asset manager Grayscale released its Digital Asset Investment report for Q3 2020. Reportedly, the giant invested a whopping $1.05 billion into different crypto investment products during the third quarter. Dropping our latest Digital Asset Investment Report this morning…@Grayscale raised over $1 billion into our family of products in 3Q20!! a […]

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Grayscale’s Ethereum Trust Attains SEC Reporting Company Status

Grayscale’s Ethereum Trust Attains SEC Reporting Company Status

Grayscale Investments says the registration statement on Form 10 that it filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on behalf of the Ethereum Trust has become effective. This means Ethereum Trust is now an official SEC reporting company and the second digital currency investment product to achieve the milestone. Grayscale’s BTC Trust (GBTC) […]

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Here Are the Top Public Companies That Have Adopted Bitcoin as a Reserve Asset

Here Are the Top Public Companies That Have Adopted Bitcoin as a Reserve Asset

When Microstrategy Inc. bought $425 million bitcoin in the last two months, the decision became an important stamp of institutional approval of the top crypto’s credentials as a mature, safe-haven asset. The American technology firm had just made bitcoin its primary reserve asset to hedge against fiat inflation. Now, it appears major global companies are […]

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