U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis disclosed that she purchased between $50,001 and $100,000 worth of bitcoin on Aug. 16, according to documents filed Thursday, the report said. The purchase appears to have been disclosed outside of the 45-day reporting deadline set by Congress. The 2012 Stock Act reportedly requires members of Congress to disclose purchases and sales of stocks, bonds and commodity futures within 45 days of the transaction. The congresswoman has long been a bitcoin bull. She previously said she had first purchased bitcoins in 2013 for $330 each. Lummis' bitcoin disclosures were reportedly previously scrutinized.