We’re ready to work with you.
Our team will reach out soon to connect you to what you need.
Explore these resources to get ready:
A review of Bitcoin as a treasury reserve asset & various macroeconomic factors driving its adoption by corporations & institutional investors.
A walkthrough of key strategic and operational considerations and associated steps to consider for corporations integrating Bitcoin into a treasury reserve strategy.
The following open-source documents are being provided to serve as a resource to help as you navigate a corporate bitcoin strategy.
A letter issued to the FASB in response to the their 2021 “Invitation to Comment” on their future standard-setting agenda.
A high-level overview of the key phases and steps in MicroStrategy’s 2020 bitcoin initiative.
A summary of some of the key considerations for corporations to keep in mind when investing in bitcoin.
A policy for implementing and managing a corporate treasury with bitcoin as the primary treasury reserve asset.
Guidelines to help avoid potential conflicts of interest and inappropriate use of corporate information in personal transactions involving bitcoin.
Some of the key considerations evaluated by MicroStrategy in negotiating bitcoin custodial agreements for its 2020 bitcoin initiative.
Key considerations regarding accounting treatment of bitcoin.
An in-depth look at considerations regarding allocations to digital assets.
As indicated in the documents, portions of the documents have been redacted due to their confidential and/or proprietary nature.
The information available through this site (including information presented at the Bitcoin for Corporations event) is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute nor should it be construed as an offering of financial instruments or as investment advice or recommendations by MicroStrategy or anyone else of any investment or strategy. The information also does not provide any legal, tax, financial or other advice, and should not be construed as such. You should consult your own professional advisors for advice. Past performance may not be indicative of future results.