I put out a post earlier today talking about how there is at least 10 different publicly traded companies currently invested in bitcoin.
The total thought to be amounting to about $6 billion dollars.
That post can be seen here btw:
However, it turns out there is actually quite a bit more than 10 publicly traded companies with some form of bitcoin exposure.
In my defense I did say "at least 10" meaning it was likely more than that.
That being said, I didn't realize there were this many...
There is close to 20 that are either publicly traded or quazi publicly traded with the total invested amounting to more than $7 billion USD.
So, roughly double what initially thought with about 15% more invested than initially thought.
Like I mentioned in the previous post, I never expected publicly traded companies to be buyers of bitcoin.
It was something I just didn't really consider, though now it makes a ton of sense for them to do so.
When you combine that amount of money currently sitting on publicly traded corporate balance sheets, which is said be north of $7 trillion, with the massive stimulus plan that is coming down the pipeline combined with continued debasement of the dollar as well as the past post halving trends and we have everything we need for a massive explosion in the price of bitcoin.
PlanB is calling for $100k by the end of next year and $250k sometime before 2024.
Past post halving patterns are calling for something in the $250k-$400k range by the end of next year.
We even have some crazy analysts calling for $1 million bitcoin, though most of those predictions are after the next halving in the 2025 area... except for McAfee who owes everyone some schlong eating.
Either way, with everything bitcoin has going for it right now, I am finding it hard to believe bitcoin doesn't make new highs next year (or end of this year) and possibly blow those old highs out of the water.
Here's to hoping!
Stay informed my friends.
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