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Maimai, the app for chinese tech giant Bytedance, has raised $1 billion from investors including Sequoia Capital, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The round values the company at $15 billion, up from $5 billion in 2018. Maimai is a professional networking app that is popular in China. It has over 100 million users and is used by businesses to find and connect with potential customers and employees. The company plans to use the new funding to expand its business and continue developing its technology.

Pay attention to what’s happening in your country before it happens globally. For example, China is currently debating labor rights after a big tech employee died from overwork last week – but industry insiders knew about the incident days earlier thanks to one of their own apps that they can’t stand: Maimai.

This popular platform posts earliest updates on Twitter-like social media sites like Facebook where users are able share news and discuss issues relevant throughout all sectors or industries simultaneously without having any knowledge about each others’

Maimai is a hidden gem in China where people can share and vent about their daily lives while feeling safe enough to do so without fear of judgement or reprisal from employers. The app has become one of the only places online for many workers within this rapidly growing tech industry, giving them anonymity that they need when speaking candidly with each other at work during long hours spent staring screens until dusk falls over downtown Shanghai City.

Maimai’s reputation is on the line when they are summoned to appear before government officials in July of 2017. The company has been running ads for their professional networking app which includes discussions among employees that get out about what it feels like inside Mía MAI (the name), but anonymous users post false information leading people into believing something else than these true facts – including leaking personal data such as email addresses or phone numbers online without consent; this led them into contacting local professionals working within tech circles who promptly reported back. Profile Maimai Linkedin Glassdoorlike