What Happened: The company acquired 2,574 bitcoins for $50 million in cash at $19,427 per bitcoin, according to the related SEC filing.
MicroStrategy now holds 40,824 bitcoins. That's an approximate valuation of $766.6 million, as of this afternoon. It previously purchased 16,796 bitcoins worth roughly $175 million in September, CoinDesk reported.
Talking to CoinDesk in November, Saylor said Bitcoin is “a million times better” than gold.
What’s Next: During a virtual investor day in November, the company mentioned it was exploring Bitcoin data and analytics products for its customers, according to The Block.
Price Action: MicroStrategy shares closed 1.22% lower, at $324 in post-market trading.
Bitcoin traded at $19,107.54 at press time, gaining 0.78% over 24 hours.
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