TradingView Raises $298 Million in Financing Round, Now Valued at $3 Billion

TradingView, a popular price chart sharing platform, recently raised a $298 million investment. The company is now valued at a whopping $3 billion.

TradingView is a social media platform focused on sharing information about prices of various assets like stocks and of course cryptocurrencies like bitcoin (BTC). The platform, founded in 2011, reports that it now has 29 million monthly users in 180 countries.

TradingView has grown enormously, especially in recent times. The platform reports that the number of user accounts has increased by as much as 400% in the past 18 months. Over the same period, the company’s revenue has grown by 247%.

Part of that growth may be due to the retail FOMO regarding GameStop (GME) stocks and dogecoin (DOGE) early this year. Many private investors then ventured into these investment markets for the first time.

The financing round was led by Tiger Global Management, a US investment firm. Tiger Global has already led several major funding rounds in the crypto world this year, including a $400 million investment round for payment company MoonPay and $130 million for TrueLayer. TradingView CEO and Co-Founder Denis Globa says:

“We are delighted to partner with Tiger Global. Their global fintech expertise and insights will contribute significantly to advancing TradingView’s vision of informed financial trading and investment for the world.

We founded this company with the belief that people everywhere want the same thing: to be in control of their own economic future. We are working on this by creating an environment where all traders and investors can look first and then jump. No matter who you are or where you come from, you always have access to the best tools and insights to find the right trading opportunities and then act on them.”

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