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Robinhood raises $320M more, bringing its latest round to $600M at an $8.6B valuation

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The stakes keep getting higher for American discount brokerage Robinhood, which today disclosed that it has added hundreds of millions of dollars to its previously disclosed funding round.

Counting the $280 million that the organization had just declared, Robinhood said that it was “satisfied to share” that it “raised an extra $320 million in resulting closings.” Its now $600 million subsidizing round brings its post-cash valuation to $8.6 billion. Fortune previously announced the news.

(A detail, yet the new capital is a piece of the equivalent round as it was raised at a similar cost. TechCrunch revealed when the organization’s $280 million round was declared, the fintech organization was worth $8.3 billion. Another $300 million in capital at a level offer value implies that the organization’s valuation ought to have ascended by just the dollar sum included. As it did.)

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