Microstrategy’s Michael Saylor bet big on Bitcoin. Amid a bear market, here’s why Bitcoin must bet big on Saylor’s bets too.
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The company has spent nearly $4 billion on 130,000 bitcoins in the past two years at an average purchase price of more than $30,700.
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Michael Saylor, who controls 70% of MicroStrategy’s voting power, wants to rehypothecate his company’s Bitcoin. Here’s what that means.
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