MicroStrategy buys 0.1 percent of all Bitcoin supply

The billion dollar US company MicroStrategy buys 21,000 BTC, or 0.1 percent of the total supply on the open market. How the scene celebrates the listed company. But first something from Frankfurt am Main. The European Central Bank (ECB) based there seems to be finding it increasingly difficult to explain its expansionary course. Postings by the highest monetary institution in the euro area, especially in social networks such as Twitter, are increasingly coming under attack from representatives of the hard money theory. This is also the case in the latest tweet from ECB President Christine Lagarde. A selection of the comments.


“Buy Bitcoin”
Robert Kiyosaki, author of bestsellers like “Ritch Dad Poor Dad” has a big mouth. At least that’s what his expressive tweet style, which likes to use caps lock, suggests. For some time now, Kiyoskaki has also been known as an advocate of digital gold. This is also evident in his latest tweet:

MicroStrategy: Bullenmove at the right time
And then the Bitcoin community was stunned once more. When MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor dropped the bomb on August 11, all hell broke loose. The company’s CEO, valued at $ 1.3 billion, said that his company had purchased BTC worth $ 250 million (21,454 BTC is roughly 0.1 percent of total supply). Financial analyst Timothy Peterson, for example, described MicroStrategy’s press release as the biggest Bitcoin micdrop of all time, and not without good reason.