Super chuffed to share this –
We all know that recently, Bitcoin has seen more and more corporate interest, and this will most likely be pivotal to its growth moving forward.
The general sentiment is that, as more companies add Bitcoin to their balance sheets, it’ll create a positive feedback loop – the price of Bitcoin will increase and as it does so, more & more companies will be enticed to buy BTC, further increasing the currency’s price and signaling to other companies that it’s a sound investment. However, having a volatile asset on your balance sheet means potentially increasing the volatility of *your* stock price. Thus, the general correlation between BTC and a stock price is important for shareholders, and those looking to gain exposure to Bitcoin through these companies, as well as CFOs looking for empirical data about other companies who’ve added BTC to their balance sheet. Additionally, stocks with Bitcoin on their balance sheet can act as an intermediary for those looking to participate in options on Bitcoin.
Here is a link to the site: [bitcointreasurycharts.com](https://bitcointreasurycharts.com)
I couldn’t find any sites that charted theses correlations so I decided to take a stab at it! I also include a couple of interesting insights – this is a pie chart showing treasury holdings: