CEO Michael Saylor disclosed the $15 million BTC purchase on Thursday.

MicroStrategy, a Virginia-based business intelligence firm, has added another 271 Bitcoin (”>BTC) to its strategic reserves, underscoring CEO Michael Saylor’s growing conviction in the digital asset. 

The purchases were made through May 13 for an average price of $55,387, Saylor disclosed on Thursday. MicroStrategy now has 91,850 BTC on its books for an average purchase price of $24,403.

MicroStrategy also disclosed the purchase to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission through a Form 8-K filing that was submitted on Thursday.

Although MicroStrategy’s purchase appears to have coincided with the latest correction in Bitcoin’s price, which was spurred on” data-amp=””>by Elon Musk’s sudden decision to stop accepting BTC payments for Tesla vehicles, the business intelligence firm isn’t timing the market. Saylor indicated in February that he” data-amp=””>doesn’t intend to slow the rate of his company’s BTC purchasin as he snatched up another $1 billion worth of the digital asset.

MicroStrategy sits atop the Bitcoin corporate treasuries list, accounting for 0.437% of the asset’s circulating supply.

MicroStrategy is acquiring Bitcoin on the premise that the digital asset is a dependable store of value in the face of systemic dollar debasement. It has gone as far as” data-amp=””>issuing debt to expand its Bitcoin portfolio.

The United States’ M2 money supply has exploded since the 2008 financial crisis and, more recently, since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since February 2020, the money supply has expanded nearly 30% to $19.896 trillion, according to the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank. To put that in perspective, the year-over-year increase in the M2 money supply had never exceeded 15% until 2020.