Robinhood’s IPO filing reveals Dogecoin helped its revenue skyrocket in 2021

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The moment that some of you have been waiting for is here — Robinhood’s S-1 filing to go public has been revealed, laying bare the kind of secrets you only learn when a company is legally obligated to reveal them. Only one day ago, the company agreed to pay a record-breaking $70 million fine “for systemic supervisory failures and significant harm suffered by millions of customers,” and now its paperwork touts a commitment to “maintaining strong relationships with our loyal customer base and earning our customers’ trust when they choose our platform on their financial journeys.”

So what does the much-anticipated document include? There’s a note that the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California has executed a…

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Author: Richard Lawler