BitcoinTreasuryReserve is the industry answer to track the recent advent of publicly traded companies allocating millions and sometimes billions of dollars into bitcoin.
Bitcoin’s financial and technical characteristics make it a perfect inflation resistant asset for diversified corporate treasury holding.
Our mission is to assist other institutions to understand how holding bitcoin in your treasury is becoming a corporate standard rather than a risky play.
We strive to provide accurate and unbiased information about other institutional players who made a bet to hold bitcoin in their treasury reserves empowering others to draw their own informed conclusions.
Why Hold Bitcoin?
- Bitcoin is, in fact, a worldwide store of value
- inflation hedge with finite number in circulation (a maximum of 21 million coins)
- Hence diminishing supply coupled with increased demand from institutional investors will drive Bitoin’s price to new highs
- Historically, BTC seems to replay its past bull run waves post-halvings.
- Less Than 14 Million Coins Will Ever Circulate (link to a chart)
- Price – Bitcoin 2021 Has Similar Footings as Big Gains in 2013, 2017
- Supply – Bitcoin’s Fixed Supply a Unique Attribute vs. Unlimited Cryptos
- Demand – The Only Bitcoin Metric That Really Matters: Increasing Demand
- Currency – 2020 May Mark No Going Back as Bitcoin’s Becoming Digital Gold
The world’s economies are entering strong expansionary monetary phases — generalized quantitative easing, so to speak — as a reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bitcoin, so far, has outperformed every asset class throughout the crisis, spurring new demand and earning its wings as a global store of value
18.5 million Bitcoin currently in circulation, he acknowledged that this number does not take into account a large portion of Bitcoin that have not moved for a long time. This means the real available supply is actually smaller.