Cash App Says Bitcoin Overtakes All Other Revenue Sources, Makes Up 80% Of Its Entire Revenue In The
It has been reported that Cash App’s Bitcoin-derived revenue of $1.63 billion in Bitcoin marked a massive increase of more than 1,100% when compared to the same period in 2019.
However, Bitcoin revenue was by far the largest component of Cash App’s overall revenue generation of $2 billion, with all other revenue streams totaling $453 million, or 22% of the total. Cash App functions as a broker for Bitcoin purchases, buying it on behalf of the user, and adding a small fee.
Square reported its Cash App users purchased more than $1.6 billion BTC in Q3 — up 1,100 % from last year https://t.co/kxlMLtinsJ — Cointelegraph (@Cointelegraph) November 6, 2020
The report said that some of the increased Bitcoin sales were due to the app’s Auto-Invest tool, launched in May this year, which allows users to recurring daily or weekly purchases of stock or BTC. Bitcoin revenue produced $32 million in gross profit for the third quarter, an increase of 15 times from the previous year’s profit of $2.1 million in the same period.
Thus, the total Bitcoin revenue for all of 2019 was $338 million with a gross profit of $5 million.