Galaxy Digital reports net income of $302 million for last year's Q4 earnings

Quick Take

  • Galaxy Digital reported $302 million of net income for the fourth quarter of last year — a 421% increase compared to Q3.
  • The company also said it had registered a before-tax income of “approximately $300 million” through the end of February.

Mike Novogratz's Galaxy Digital reported a massive swing from loss to profit on Tuesday when it announced it had generated $302 million of net income during the fourth quarter of last year. 

The result represented a 421% increase when compared to the previous quarter, when Galaxy Digital reported a net loss of $94 million, according to an earnings statement. Galaxy Digital's Q4 results were also a significant increase on 2022's end-of-year earnings when the company registered a net loss of $288 million.

Galaxy Digital, which operates businesses in lending, trading, mining and banking services, sought to highlight that 2024 has been positive so far amid rising prices for key cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. The company said it had already generated a before-tax income of "approximately $300 million" through the end of February, "driven primarily by the appreciation of digital asset prices and growth in our operating businesses."

The firm also said its assets under management exceeded $10 billion at the end of last month. That includes more than $27 million in Celestia, also according to the earnings statement. Galaxy Digital's AUM in Q4 of last year came in at about $5.2 billion, the statement also said.


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