Mogo Adds 146 ETH to Firm’s Balance Sheet, Plans to Turn 5% of Its Portfolio Into Crypto Assets

Mogo Adds 146 ETH to Firm’s Balance Sheet, Plans to Turn 5% of Its Portfolio Into Crypto Assets


On Tuesday, the Nasdaq-listed Canadian company Mogo revealed the firm has purchased 146 ether at an average price of $2,780. The move follows the firm’s corporate investment in bitcoin, as well as offering bitcoin rewards for the company’s mortgage and card clients. The company plans to keep 5% of its balance sheet assets in digital currencies.

After Adding Bitcoin to the Balance Sheet, Mogo Stacks Ether

The Vancouver-based Mogo (Nasdaq:MOGO), a fintech firm that provides various financial services has announced the corporate purchase of ethereum (ETH). The ethereum investment follows the company’s initial bitcoin purchase back in December 2020.

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Mogo has been interested in blockchain and crypto solutions for a few years now. At the end of March, Mogo mortgage clients were offered bitcoin rewards if they got a mortgage through the company or refinanced an existing property.

On May 3, Mogo explained that it obtained 146 ETH for around $2,780 per unit. Both the bitcoin and the recent

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