The world's largest crypto management fund, Grayscale, has increased its crypto holdings by almost $2 billion in merely one day (as of Jan. 6).
In the meantime, Bitcoin's market capitalization has reached a new all-time high of $700 billion, according to the tweet by Anthony Pompliano.
Grayscale now holds $25.2 billion in crypto AUM
Grayscale Investments fund, spearheaded by Barry Silbert, has announced on its Twitter page that the total amount of crypto AUM it holds now equals a mammoth $25.2 billion.
The announcement was made on Jan. 6.
This is $1.9 billion more than a day before, when the company held $23.3 billion in crypto on Jan. 5.
Peter Schiff takes another jab at Grayscale and CNBC
Major Bitcoin opponent and gold investor Peter Schiff has recently trolled CNBC for what he called appeasing Grayscale...again.
On Jan. 6, CNBC's Squawk Box show brought on Kevin Warsh, a former Federal Reserve governor, as a guest and asked him to comment on the current Bitcoin rally.
Warsh responded positively, saying that Bitcoin's fast growth makes sense in the current environment with the weakening USD.
Peter Schiff tweeted that the CNBC host wasted the guest's time on Bitcoin in order to "pump their favorite asset and appease their largest advertiser"—which is Grayscale, with its revived "Drop Gold" Bitcoin promotion campaign.
Besides, as reported previously by U.Today, in 2021, the company intends to come up with a new ad for BTC.
Bitcoin market cap tops $700 billion
Earlier today, Bitcoin influencer Anthony Pompliano took to Twitter to announce that Bitcoin had reached another all-time high—this time in the value of its market cap.
Pomp tweeted that BTC was worth a whopping $700 billion. At press time, however, this metric value equals $690 billion.
This is more than the market cap of Chinese company Alibaba, Samsung, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, Visa, Mastercard and JP Morgan Chase.
Bitcoin itself has surged to another all-time high, spiking above the $37,000 level.