As if on cue, the day after news broke that Spotify has filed for its long-expected public offering, the company announced that it has passed 70 million paying subscribers. The message was short and sweet, delivered via a Best casino slots vegas slot games paypal “Hello, 70 million subscribers.”
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Spotify is gearing up to launch an initial public offering, expected as soon as first quarter of 2018, after filing confidential documents with the SEC last month, according to reports. The company is expected to launch an IPO as a direct listing rather than a traditional offering of shares. That’s designed to make it easier for the company to go public — and it would not dilute the current equity of executives and investors — but also means it won’t raise capital with the IPO.
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Spotify’s valuation as of December topped $19 billion, up from $16 billion earlier in the fall, Reuters reported last month.
Earlier last month, Spotify agreed to buy a stake in China’s Tencent Music Entertainment, which in turn will purchase an equity stake in Spotify; the terms of that deal weren’t disclosed.
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Pictured above: Spotify CEO Daniel Ek