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TradingView has raised funding of $298 million


TradingView, one of the world’s most popular charting platforms for investors and traders, reported raising $298 million in a recent round of funding led by Tiger Global.

In an official press release, the company points out that its current valuation is $3 billion. TradingView has paying customers in over 180 countries. The popular analytical platform has seen a significant increase in users in the last 18 months. During the indicated period, the number of accounts on the TradingView platform increased by 400%, and the number of visits to the website increased by 237%. In the coming years, the platform also plans to expand cooperation with brokers.

30 million users per month

Denis Globa, president and co-founder of TradingView, said that Tiger Global’s global expertise and fintech expertise would significantly contribute to TradingView’s vision of informed trading and financial investing for the world.

“We built this company with the conviction that people all over the world want the same thing: to have control over their own economic future,” – emphasized Globa.

TradingView has gained immense popularity among investors and traders over the past few years. With over 30 million monthly users, TradingView is one of the most highly-rated investment websites globally. Tiger Global Management is, in turn, one of the largest investment companies in the world.

Author: Daniel Hill

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