Bitcoin for Corporations- Michael Saylor Expects an ‘Avalanche’ of Firms to Own Bitcoin – Finance Bitcoin News

This week the firm Microstrategy held an event called “Bitcoin for Corporations” which looks at concepts like macro strategy, corporate playbooks, and legal considerations toward bitcoin. Prior to the event, Microstrategy CEO and bitcoin bull, Michael Saylor, said “professionals from more than 1,400 firms” would join the event. At the conference, Saylor was bullish on bitcoin as usual and said he expects “an avalanche of companies” to join the crypto economy.

Microstrategy’s Bitcoin for Corporations Event

On February 3 and 4, the firm Microstrategy (NASDAQ: MSTR) held an event called “Bitcoin for Corporations,” which aims to entice corporate entities to get into the leading crypto asset. In 2020 and into 2021, there’s been a major expansion of the M2 money supply as estimates believe 25-30% of all USD in existence was printed last year. This has led to a number of firms exchanging cash and bonds for bitcoin (BTC) in order to protect the company from devaluing fiat.

Bitcoin for Corporations- Michael Saylor Expects an 'Avalanche' of Firms to Own Bitcoin

Microstrategy executive, Michael Saylor, wholeheartedly believes in bitcoin, as the firm has sparked a trend of companies adding BTC to their treasuries. This week, news.Bitcoin.com reported on Saylor predicting a massive shift in investor interest from gold to bitcoin. That same day, Microstrategy announced that the firm had purchased another $10 million worth of BTC. The business intelligence (BI) company now holds an aggregate total of 71,079 BTC, worth $2.6 billion using today’s exchange rates.

Bitcoin for Corporations- Michael Saylor Expects an 'Avalanche' of Firms to Own Bitcoin

The day before Microstrategy’s corporate virtual conference, Saylor said that 1,400 firms would be joining the event. “If you are interested in the legal considerations firms face while integrating bitcoin into their corporate strategy, you are not alone,” Saylor tweeted. “We have professionals from more than 1,400 firms joining us tomorrow for this discussion. There is still time for your legal team to attend,” the executive added.

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