As of February 2021, here is a list of the top 20 publicly traded companies holding Bitcoin in their treasury reserves:
  1. MicroStrategy / Nasdaq: MSTR / 71,079 BTC
  2. Tesla / Nasdaq: TSLA / 48,000 BTC
  3. Galaxy Digital Holdings / Tokyo Stock Exchange: GLXY / 16,402 BTC
  4. Marathon Patent Group / Nasdaq: MARA / 4,813 BTC
  5. Square / Nasdaq: SQ / 4,709 BTC
  6. Hut 8 Mining Group / Toronto Stock Exchange: HUT-8 / 3,012 BTC
  7. Voyager Digital / Canadian Securities Exchange: VYGR / 1,239 BTC
  8. Riot Blockchain / Nasdaq: RIOT / 1,175 BTC
  9. Coin Citadel / OTC Markets: CCTL / 513 BTC
  10. Cypherpunk Holdings / Canadian Securities Exchange: HODL / 292 BTC
  11. Advanced Bitcoin Technology / Dusseldorf: ABT / 254 BTC
  12. Bitfarms Limited / Canadian Stock Exchange: BITF / 250 BTC
  13. BIGG Digital Assets / Canadian Securities Exchange: BIGG / 239 BTC
  14. DigitalX / Australian Securities Exchange: DCC / 215 BTC
  15. Argo Blockchain / OTC Markets: ARBKF / 209 BTC
  16. Add Digitalhost Technology / Toronto Stock Exchange: DGHI / 184 BTC
  17. Fortress Blockchain / Toronto Stock Exchange: FORT / 163 BTC
  18. Hive Blockchain / Toronto Stock Exchange: HIVE / 140 BTC
  19. Mode Global Holdings / London Stock Exchange: MODE / 85 BTC
  20. Neptune Digital Assets / Toronto Stock Exchange: DASH / 75 BTC
 

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And ahead of its fourth-quarter earnings call this week, Square announced it had purchased an additional 3,318 BTC as a reserve asset, worth around $170M USD at the time of purchase. Doing the math, that results in a per purchase price of $51,235 per BTC.
 
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