Who owns the most Bitcoin?

The true identity of the person or group of people who own the most Bitcoin is unknown since Bitcoin transactions are recorded on a public blockchain, but the identities of the individuals or entities involved are usually anonymous or pseudonymous.

However, it is possible to track the movement of large amounts of Bitcoin, and there are several well-known entities that own significant amounts of Bitcoin. These include cryptocurrency exchanges, investment funds, and wealthy individuals.

According to various reports and analyses, the largest holders of Bitcoin include cryptocurrency exchanges like Binance and Coinbase, which hold millions of Bitcoin in their wallets. Other large holders of Bitcoin include investment funds like Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, which holds over 650,000 Bitcoin. As of February 2, 2023, MicroStrategy (MSTR), a software company based in the US, held 132,500 BTC, valued at around $2.194 billion, making it the largest publicly traded corporate owner of Bitcoin in the world, according to the company's Q4 2022 earnings report.

The article does not constitute financial advice.

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