Discord Stock

discordapp.comConsumer & Lifestyle / SocialFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $1B

Discord is a voice, video, and text app that helps friends and communities come together to hang out and explore their interests. Discord was built without selling ads or user data and instead, offers a premium subscription called Nitro that gives users special perks like higher quality streams and fun customizations. This company was founded by Jason Citron and Stanislav Vishnevskiy in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Clint Smith JD
Chief Legal Officer
Jason Citron
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Tomasz Marcinkowski
Chief Financial Officer
Stanislav Vishnevskiy
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member

Board Members

David Sze
Greylock Partners
Daniel Rimer
Index Ventures
Mitch Lasky JD
Benchmark (San Francisco)
Nabeel Hyatt
Spark Capital

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News Highlights

Discord will now let you stream Xbox gameplay directly to servers and DMs
Building off its previous integration with Xbox, Discord announced today that users will now be able to stream Xbox games directly from the console to the chat app. The new feature will be available via the Xbox Insider beta program right away, with a full release to follow.
Discord warns of data breach involving support agent
The messaging service, which was recently used to leak top-secret Pentagon documents, notified its users about unauthorized access to a third-party customer service agent’s support ticket queue.
Discord forces members to change usernames, discord erupts
The social app Discord, a favorite of gamers, inadvertently stirred internal strife after announcing last week that it will force its millions of members to pick new usernames. Now the question is whether the change will escalate into all-out warfare that could include players threatening one another in order to seize control of popular names.
Updated on: Sep 22, 2023