Snapchat’s commencement sounds a lot like Facebook’s from “The Social Network.”
In Snapchat’s case, it wasn’t dual suspended cofounders (the Winklevoss twins) against Mark Zuckerberg. But still, it featured a backdrop of an chosen university — Stanford versus Harvard — and finished adult in litigation, with Snapchat cofounders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy opposite Reggie Brown.
At interest was a first story of a amicable network to make photos disappear. Snapchat’s founders finished adult paying $157.5 million to settle a case.
Snapchat survived a hilly starts to make a entrance on Wall Street, where it sealed on Friday with a $31 billion marketplace cap.
Here’s how Snapchat went from a million-dollar thought about disintegrating photos to a hulk amicable media association called Snap today: