Rumble, A Free Speech Alternative To YouTube, Is Going Public
According to a statement from Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski, the company will be listed on the NASDAQ via the ticker CFVI after a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) merger.
“Rumble is creating the rails to a new infrastructure that will not be bullied by cancel culture.” Pavlovski said. “We are a movement that does not stifle, censor, or punish creativity and freedom of expression. We believe everyone benefits when they have access to more ideas and diverse opinions.”
He added, “Being a public company will allow the people that believe in our mission to invest and join us as we seek to restore a free and open internet.”
DAWG SAYS: IT IS A SAD DAY WHEN THESE COMPANIES GO PUBLIC. THE BUSINESS BECOMES ABOUT THE SAVAGERY OF MONEY BY RABID INVESTORS. LIKE FACEBOOK THE ORIGINAL CONCEPT WILL BE LOST IN THE EVER GRAB FOR MONEY AND THEIR CORE CONCEPT AND CAUSE WILL BE LOST.