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Square: A Top Fintech And Crypto Play

May 03, 2021 8:30 AM ETBlock, Inc. (SQ)BTC-USD50 Comments


  • SQ's main segments in Seller (PoS) systems and Cash App showed outstanding growth in 2H '20 which looks set to continue.
  • Seller ecosystem is recovering amid easing of restrictions and a long-term shift to larger enterprises and omnichannel sellers can grow transaction revenues.
  • CashApp is the primary 'value creator' for SQ's revenue generation, at 63%, propelled by bitcoin with a few major tailwinds underway.
  • SQ has the right combination of fintech and crypto to pave the way for significant future revenue growth and earnings leverage through 2025.

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Square (NYSE:SQ) is at the pinnacle of fintech and crypto, occupying the merchant, MSME space as well as a rounded P2P payment, crypto and investing ecosystem with CashApp. Even with the expected growth for Cash App

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