Doubt it. But I would like to see more mining operations outside of China.
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BTC - beware of EUR approaching 1.20 to potentially cap BTC upside if EUR pulls back, as per May ‘20.
BTC, being obviously far smaller & thereby more jumpy in price action, tends to front run broader dollar moves with many headfakes along the way. For longer term sustained upside trend, need the follow through of a decisive USD sell off.
BTC may have broken out >$13k, but will likely be in a new higher trading RANGE (vs a continued parabolic rise) until EUR breaks YTD highs as well.
I have not seen anything written to that effect. Mining seems somewhat off-investment for Square and I'm not really sure how profitable it is currently. If you read the financial statements from the public-traded miners (riot, hive, hut 8, marathon, etc.), it comes across as a tough slog and a lot of work and capital investment for the effort. Not sure about microstrategy.