Bividend: Nasdaq-Listed Business to Pay Dividends in Bitcoin at the Option of Investors
< img width=" 1280" height=" 720" src= "http://investincryptocoins.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/nMKIDq.jpg" class =" story __ img short article __ poster" alt=" Nasdaq-Listed Business to Pay Dividends in Bitcoin" loading =" lazy" > A Nasdaq-listed business has announced that shareholders can get dividends in bitcoin.
The business declares to be the first one to pay dividends in the cryptocurrency.’
First-Ever Dividend Payable in Bitcoin by a Nasdaq-Listed Business’ Blockchain company BTCS Inc. (Nasdaq: BTCS) announced Wednesday” the first-ever dividend payable in bitcoin by a Nasdaq-listed company.” BTCS describes the dividend as Bividend.
Charles Allen, BTCS’ CEO, commented:
We are the very first Nasdaq-listed company to pay a Bividend, a dividend payable in bitcoin at the choice of our shareholders.
” BTCS plans to pay $0.05 per share in bitcoin, based upon the bitcoin cost on the ex-dividend date. Investors who do not choose to receive the Bividend in bitcoin will get a money dividend of $0.05,” the company detailed.
The Nasdaq-listed blockchain company is developing an exclusive staking-as-a-service platform to permit users to stake and delegate supported cryptocurrencies through a non-custodial platform.
BTCS’ proprietary digital property information analytics platform presently supports six exchanges and over 800 digital possessions. The company prepares to widen its suite of performance-tracking tools.
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