Reddit stock market is up more than $2.2 billion on Friday, adding more than 50% of the market cap, and the company says it will continue to add new stocks to its market.
The market cap of Reddit is up a whopping 2.2% since the start of the year.
Reddit is one of the biggest and most influential social media platforms on the web.
It has more than a billion users and more than 10 billion posts per month, according to its blog.
The stock is up over 50% in the last 12 months.
That means the company has more money than the companies it owns and has made investments in things like robotics and AI.
But the company is not alone.
Facebook and Twitter also have huge market caps and are up nearly $1 billion each on Friday.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that he has been watching Reddit for many years, and that he “never saw anything like it.”
Dorsey’s tweet was the first time he mentioned the stock since last week.
The stock price has been on a tear since its last daily trading low on March 1, and Dorsey recently announced a $1.4 billion round of funding that will help the company grow its user base and monetize its platform.
However, the company was not alone in the tech world.
Twitter also announced a major funding round in June and recently raised $200 million to help expand its business.
Facebook also said it would invest in new technologies, including bots and augmented reality.
Twitter has also been criticized by the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission over its advertising policies, which critics say are biased against businesses that use the service.
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