decacorn


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decacorn

A new company valued at more than 10 billion U.S. dollars before going public. The decacorn moniker was coined after so many tech companies were "unicorns." See unicorn.
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It is a unicorn on its way to becoming a decacorn," West tweeted.
Financing ticked up three percent to $27.4 billion, mostly buoyed by $1 billion-plus rounds to "decacorns" such as Uber, Snapchat and Didi Chuxing.
There's a rise in decacorns, or startup companies with an estimated valuation of more than $10 billion.