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Now the social network is changing how we interact with one another and is becoming an indispensable tool for businesses, governments, and businesses everywhere.
And it’s already being used by millions of people to share news and entertainment.
The company has been on a tear, and it’s only getting bigger.
It’s the first time Facebook has ever used its massive, untapped audience to get more eyeballs on its products.
And the results are spectacular.
The company announced Wednesday that it will use $1 billion in Series B funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers to fund the next stage of its business, which is what the company calls the Messenger business.
It will also continue to build out its Messenger platform, and add more features.
The money will be used to improve the Messenger app for mobile, and to expand the service into more markets, including the United Kingdom, Brazil, China, India, and Brazil.
The Messenger platform will be powered by an open-source open-data platform, the same one that powers Facebook’s other business products, such as the video app, Facebook Messenger for Business.
Facebook has been working on Messenger since 2010, when the company acquired the messaging platform WhatsApp for $19 billion.
In December 2014, Zuckerberg announced that the Messenger service would be powered entirely by Facebook, which has now added another $1.5 billion to its business.
That funding will allow the company to expand into more countries, expand its global reach, and help it reach more people.
Messenger will be available in the U.S. on July 10 and in Brazil on August 7.