The company, which facilitates equity transactions for non-public companies, says consumer Web and social media demand hit $264.9 million in value during the second quarter.
Startups like Pinterest are gaining traction on SecondMarket, but it'll take a lot to make up for losing Facebook.
The online private equity market lays off approximately 10 percent of its staff relating to Facebook's upcoming IPO.
The marketplace for alternative investments is expected to lay off more than 20 percent of its staff tomorrow, CNET has learned.
SecondMarket is expanding beyond tech as IPOs are about to cost it some of its biggest customers.
We talk with CEO Barry Silbert and how he hopes to bring real value to startups who don't want to go public.
The market for trading private stocks continues to grow, with the greatest interest in consumer-web and social startups.