It bought 660 Bitcoins at an average price of $37,865.
As of Jan. 31, 2022, MicroStrategy holds 125,051 Bitcoins that are worth approximately $4.8 billion.The company's average purchase price stands at $30,200 per one coin.
It announced its precious Bitcoin purchase of $94.2 million on Dec. 30, but there were no announcements in January.
MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor also recently revealed that he personally holds 17,732 Bitcoins that are worth $685 million at the time of writing.
Bitcoin is currently trading at $38,669 after briefly climbing above $39,000 earlier today. Despite its recent modest recovery, the largest cryptocurrency is still down 44.02% from its lifetime peak of $69,044.
Saylor told Bloomberg last month that his company would never sell Bitcoin despite the significant price drawdown:
We're only acquiring and holding bitcoin, right? That's our strategy.
As reported by U.Today, the permabull predicted that the Bitcoin price could eventually reach an eye-watering $6 million.