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Bitcoin Treasuries in Publicly Traded Companies

Waiting for companies to use bitcoin? Not seeing adoption, because you can not pay your groceries with bitcoin? On the surface it might look like nothing happens. While most people are focused on the price of bitcoin - which is hitting almost 15,000 USD by the time of writing - the usage of bitcoin by publicly traded companies is growing. Slowly but steadily.

Bitcoin Treasuries in Publicly Traded CompaniesBitcoin Treasuries in Publicly Traded Companies

On Bitcoin Treasuries a website built by one of my podcast guests Rodolfo Novak, you can find an overview of publicly traded companies and how much bitcoin they hold on their balance sheet.

By the time of writing those companies hold in total 811,233 BTC, that is 11.8 billion in USD of bitcoin on their balance sheets.

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