- MicroStrategy non-employee directors to get paid in BTC
- Firm’s aggressive BTC investment
Business intelligence firm and emerging number one crypto institutional investor MicroStrategy has again endorsed Bitcoin. This time, the firm announced it would be paying its board of directors with Bitcoin.
This was announced by Michael Saylor, the firm’s CEO and founder, in a Twitter post.
From its Bitcoin investment, the NASDAQ listed firm has accrued $100,000in its treasury, making the firm modify its compensation agreement for the board of directors. The business intelligence firm notes its commitment to cryptocurrency, highlighting its ability to serve as a store of value alongside its open end architecture and its sovereignty from monetary policy.
However, the amount each director would receive remains unchanged and would be nominally determined in USD as they would be paid its direct equivalent in Bitcoin through a payment processor that would deposit their payment in their wallets.
The move to pay directors in Bitcoin by MicroStrategy is another endorsement of their bullish hopes on Bitcoin, highlighting their firm belief in the number one crypto and blockchain tech.
Bitcoin bulls like Anthony Pompliano has cheered on the move by MicroStrategy and called Saylor a legend, and Tyler Winklevoss, who said Bitcoin is “the ultimate exit strategy.”
MicroStrategy aggressive Bitcoin investment
Michael Saylor first announced that they had invested in Bitcoin in August 2020. Afterward, he has announced more BTC investments of the firm three other times as they made BTC the firm’s primary reserve currency.
Weeks back, the firm spoke regarding its BTC holding. They revealed they have approximately 253 Bitcoins acquired at an average price of roughly $59,339 per BTC.
Saylor since then has been a strong crypto advocate and has always been loud about his opinion on Bitcoin. He had earlier predicted that 2021 would be the year when BTC would experience more institutional investors. His prediction has not been flawed as major firms like Tesla, PayPal, Visa, Goldman Sachs have continued to go the way of cryptocurrencies.