DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY, Hits $210M In Q4 2023: Report

Key Points:

  • Digital Currency Group’s Q4 revenue surged 59% to $210 million year-on-year.
  • The company’s growth is tied to the crypto market, boosted by the launch of the first US Bitcoin ETFs.
  • Despite its crypto lending division filing for bankruptcy, DCG’s investment portfolio was valued at about $975 million at the end of 2023.
DCG revenue ups 59% to $210M in Q4 2023, tied to the crypto market’s performance and the launch of US Bitcoin ETFs.
DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY, Hits $210M In Q4 2023: Report
DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY, Hits $210M In Q4 2023: Report

Digital Currency Group (DCG), the parent company of Grayscale Investments which manages the largest Bitcoin fund globally, reported a significant revenue increase in Q4 of last year.

DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY to $210M

According to Bloomberg, DCG’s revenue surged 59% to $210 million compared to $132 million during the same period the previous year. The company’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) amounted to $99 million.

The company’s growth is largely tied to the crypto market’s performance, which has more than doubled since the beginning of last year. The launch of the first US Bitcoin ETFs, nine of which began trading on January 11, has been a significant contributor to the rise in Bitcoin and, in turn, DCG’s revenues.

Readmore: DCG Short-term Loans With Genesis Over $1 Billion Now Paid

DCG’s Investment Portfolio Valued at $975 Million

Although DCG’s crypto lending division Genesis filed for bankruptcy a year ago, the company’s investment portfolio was valued at approximately $975 million at the end of 2023, including tokens, Grayscale Trust shares, venture capital and fund investments, and equities.

On 5 January, CoinCu reported that Digital Currency Group (DCG) has successfully settled all outstanding short-term loans owed by its cryptocurrency lending subsidiary, Genesis, according to an official announcement.

DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY, Hits $210M In Q4 2023: Report

Key Points:

  • Digital Currency Group’s Q4 revenue surged 59% to $210 million year-on-year.
  • The company’s growth is tied to the crypto market, boosted by the launch of the first US Bitcoin ETFs.
  • Despite its crypto lending division filing for bankruptcy, DCG’s investment portfolio was valued at about $975 million at the end of 2023.
DCG revenue ups 59% to $210M in Q4 2023, tied to the crypto market’s performance and the launch of US Bitcoin ETFs.
DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY, Hits $210M In Q4 2023: Report
DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY, Hits $210M In Q4 2023: Report

Digital Currency Group (DCG), the parent company of Grayscale Investments which manages the largest Bitcoin fund globally, reported a significant revenue increase in Q4 of last year.

DCG Revenue Ups 59% YoY to $210M

According to Bloomberg, DCG’s revenue surged 59% to $210 million compared to $132 million during the same period the previous year. The company’s earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) amounted to $99 million.

The company’s growth is largely tied to the crypto market’s performance, which has more than doubled since the beginning of last year. The launch of the first US Bitcoin ETFs, nine of which began trading on January 11, has been a significant contributor to the rise in Bitcoin and, in turn, DCG’s revenues.

Readmore: DCG Short-term Loans With Genesis Over $1 Billion Now Paid

DCG’s Investment Portfolio Valued at $975 Million

Although DCG’s crypto lending division Genesis filed for bankruptcy a year ago, the company’s investment portfolio was valued at approximately $975 million at the end of 2023, including tokens, Grayscale Trust shares, venture capital and fund investments, and equities.

On 5 January, CoinCu reported that Digital Currency Group (DCG) has successfully settled all outstanding short-term loans owed by its cryptocurrency lending subsidiary, Genesis, according to an official announcement.

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