Despite the bearish market, 75% of Bitcoin wallet holders are still in the green.
Bitcoin drove Wall Street open as the price of DOGE jumped.
MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor said that buying Bitcoin proved to be a major success.
Bitcoin (BTC) is the largest cryptocurrency token in terms of market capitalization, so it is no wonder why it is one of the cryptocurrencies that’s being pushed to the mainstream market the most and one that a lot of investors have jumped into.
With that in mind, there are numerous developments within the sphere of BTC.
Investor success as a catalyst for growth
Bitcoin also took a chunk out of its impulse move above the $41,000 point on April 14, as Wall Street opened.
The BTC/USD pair made swift losses as traders began to favor a fresh downside which was fueled by a disappointing start.
Despite the fact that the Bitcoin market pulled back throughout this week, the prices have failed to truly find momentum.
That said, Bitcoin dropped to as low as $38,376.16 on March 15, but this wasn’t its lowest point of value throughout the month. However, according to data from Glassnode, 75% of the Bitcoin holders are still in profit, despite the fact that the token was not trading at its best.
However, despite all of this, the MicroStrategy CEO, Michael Saylor, said that his multibillion-dollar Bitcoin (BTC) investment led to “tremendous success” in driving shareholder value.
In the letter, he wrote, “Adopting bitcoin as our primary treasury reserve asset set us apart from conventional competitors and elevated our brand.”
MicroStrategy has spent $3.97 billion and has acquired 129.218 Bitcoin (BTC) for an average price of $30,700 per BTC. With bitcoin trading $10,000 above that, the trade remains in the green.
Should you buy Bitcoin (BTC)?
On April 15, 2022, Bitcoin (BTC) had a value of $40,148.63.
When we look at the coin’s all-time high, Bitcoin (BTC) had its ATH on November 10, 2021, when it reached a value of $69,044.77. Here we can see that at its ATH, BTC was $28,896.14 higher in value or by 72%.
In terms of Bitcoin (BTC)’s performance throughout the previous month, BTC had its lowest point of value on March 7 at $37,351.3.
Its highest point of value was on March 28, when the coin reached a value of $47,938.14.
Here we can see that the coin increased in value by $10,586.84. With this in mind, at $40,148.63, BTC is a solid purchase as the coin can reach $42,000 by the end of April.