Snap chat just made a wrap ton of money.
Snap Chat's parrot company Snap went public on the New York Stock Exchange.
So jelly of Evan Spiegel, right now, he is so frickin rich it's not even funny.
The company was valued at $24 billion.
The biggest tech IPO since Ali Baba in 2014.
Take that Zack.
You tried but you failed.
3 billion dollars was so not enough to buy Snapshot.
And now they are more than just the app.
Snap totally calls itself a camera company and makes stuff like this Snap's kinda the cool kid on the tech scene.
They've got offices in Venice, instead of Silicone Valley.
Their CEO is engaged to a supermodel, and she threw major shade at Facebook, accusing them of copying ideas.
So they have 158 million people using the app every day.
That's every single 13-year-old on the planet, right?
But only time will tell if Snap becomes a Facebook or it becomes a Twitter.
And did I mention they were supposed to be building a drone?
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