By Chris Wack


Bakkt Holdings Inc. shares were up 11% to $26.12 on Wednesday, reversing Tuesday's 23% loss.

On Monday, the company said it was working with Mastercard Inc. to make it easier for merchants, banks and fintechs in the U.S. to use and offer a broad set of cryptocurrency solutions and services.

Volume for the stock was 32 million shares at 1:25 p.m. EDT, compared to its 65-day average volume of 6 million shares. The stock, which has 21 million shares outstanding, closed Monday's session up 234%.

Bakkt shares hit their 52-week high of $37.49 on Tuesday, and their 52-week low of $8 on Thursday.

Bakkt said it was extending Mastercard's ecosystem of cryptocurrency partners, enabling Crypto-as-a-Service, which provides quick access to cryptocurrency capabilities.

Mastercard also will integrate crypto into its loyalty solutions, enabling its partners to offer cryptocurrency as rewards and create fungibility between loyalty points and other digital assets.

Also Monday, Bakkt entered into a partnership with Fiserv for a digital payment platform, allowing for the usage of cryptocurrency as payments.

Bakkt became a publicly listed company on the NYSE on Oct. 18.


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October 27, 2021 13:49 ET (17:49 GMT)

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