The company used the recent price drop to increase its holdings. As of June 21 it holds about 105,085 bitcoins, which it bought for $2.74 billion, or an average $26,080 each.
Bitcoin prices sunk to a two-week low Monday following reports that China has intensified its crackdown on cryptocurrency mining.
Bitcoin prices were down nearly 6% over the past 24 hours, according to tracker Coindesk, posting an average price of $32,034 each.
At last check MicroStrategy shares were 7.5% lower at $597.98.
MicroStrategy has become the largest publicly traded corporate holder of Bitcoin.
MicroStrategy and Chief Executive Michael Saylor have been big proponents of Bitcoin, making acquisition of the cryptocurrency a second mandate for the 32-year-old company beyond its main business of developing software.
On the other hand, holdings among the public companies are dwarfed by private ones, like the New York digital-currency asset manager Grayscale and the Arlington, Va., blockchain-solutions provider Block.one.
Grayscale Bitcoin Trust owns 654,885 Bitcoin to back up the shares of its trust. Block.one owns some 140,000 Bitcoin.