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5 Eye-Popping Stats about Twitters billion dollar valuation…


A week after Twitter raised a reported 100 million dollars in it’s fifth round of funding, there has been much speculation about… well, pretty much anything and everything Twitter-ish.  I came across a posting by Ben Parr on Mashable that listed 5 stats from a recent research report, these numbers are just insane:

Twitter’s Value: 5 Eye-Popping Stats

  • According to PEDC’s numbers, the price of a single share of Twitter has increased by 239,619%, from a measly $0.00667 per share to a much stronger $15.9824
  • Twitter’s $100 million round is over 1025 times the amount of money they raised in its very first round of funding. In July of 2007, Twitter raised $97,500.
  • In five rounds of funding, Twitter has raised an estimated $153 million some peg it a few million dollars higher. Since the day of its initial round of funding, Twitter has been given an average of $187,356 per day by its investors.
  • Using that same time frame and its current $1 billion valuation, Twitter’s worth has grown by $1,223,990 per day. If you start with the day of Twitter’s inception the first tweet from Twitter’s Inventor and Chairman, Jack Dorsey, then Twitter’s worth has grown by around $772,797 per day.
  • Twitter has yet to make a single cent in profit. We’ll let you be the judge of what that means.

Data table courtesy of the PEDC, Image courtesy of iStockphoto iStockphoto, tforgo

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