- MicroStrategy’s new CFO, Andrew Kang, confirms the corporate is not going to be altering its bitcoin technique.
- Kang foresees stronger laws following the occasions of latest turmoil within the cryptocurrency markets.
- Gary Gensler, chair of the SEC, says he thinks a whole lot of tokens exterior of bitcoin will fail.
The purchase and maintain bitcoin techniques of MicroStrategy received’t be altering regardless of the latest selloff in accordance to a latest interview with the Wall Street Journal and the corporate’s newly appointed CFO, Andrew Kang.
“At this time, we do not have any intention to sell,” Kang instructed the WSJ. “There are no scenarios that I’m aware [in which] we would sell.”
Kang continued to clarify that MicroStrategy had not felt stress from any stakeholders to promote, indicating a transparent alignment of buyers within the firm and its bitcoin technique. While Kang did say the corporate frequently displays the value of bitcoin, he was not prepared to touch upon future purchases of bitcoin.
“Some of the more recent volatility was certainly around some of the activity outside of bitcoin,” Kang defined. “For us, we monitor that from a market perspective, but there [isn’t] anything fundamental to bitcoin that we believe presents any issues against our strategy.”
Kang went on to clarify that latest volatility skilled available in the market as a complete would possible lead to new regulation of the broader cryptocurrency market, which MicroStrategy is supportive of. This sentiment was echoed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), who had not too long ago announced the doubling of staffing for the Crypto Assets and Cyber unit.
“I think a lot of these tokens will fail,” Gary Gensler, chair of the SEC, instructed the WSJ after a latest House Appropriations Committee panel. “I fear that in crypto…there’s going to be a lot of people hurt, and that will undermine some of the confidence in markets and trust in markets writ large.”