Bitcoin At $65,000: MicroStrategy’s BTC Profits Hit $6.5 Billion

Vignesh Karunanidhi
Bitcoin Surges Past $65,000: Here's Current Profit of MicroStrategy's BTC Stash

Prominent Bitcoin proponent and MicroStrategy former CEO Michael Saylor announced another sizable BTC purchase at the end of February.

Saylor announced the purchase of 3,000 BTC worth $155 million for the firm’s holdings. According to a tweet from Saylor, the purchase was executed at an average entry price of $51,813.

With the latest acquisition, MicroStrategy now claims total ownership of approximately 193,000 Bitcoin acquired across all purchases for $6.133 billion. This equates to a remarkable average cost per BTC that the company paid of $31,780.

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With Bitcoin now surging past $65,000, let us find out how much-unrealized profit MicroStrategy is sitting on.


MicroStrategy Bitcoin holdings stand at $6.43 billion unrealized profit

As per data aggregated by Saylortracker, at current market prices of around $65,000, MicroStrategy’s position now commands a total valuation exceeding $12.57 billion.

This means the company sits on tremendous unrealized profits of almost $6.5 billion on paper – reflecting a gain of almost 104% yield-to-date from an investment allocation started under Saylor back in 2020.

As the prominent business leader consistently acquires additional coins, MicroStrategy continues to lower its cost basis while greatly expanding its exposure to Bitcoin in the process.

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With almost $6.5 billion in unrealized profit already on the books, shareholders and analysts continue monitoring how sizable the profits could ultimately become as Bitcoin adoption progresses.

Saylor himself remains staunchly convicted of substantially higher valuations over the long-term time horizon based on his views around digital gold.

The price of Bitcoin has surged by 5.3% in the last 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap data. BTC has spiked from a 24-hour low of $61,658 to a high of $65,488 before falling to its current price.