SpaceX as of late completed a $1.9 billion funding round. That carries SpaceX’s general valuation to $46 billion. SpaceX now positions third on a rundown of purported “unicorns,” which are privately held startups with valuations beating $1 billion. The main two startups esteemed higher than SpaceX are two Chinese tech companies, Didi Chuxing and ByteDance.
Privately held organization’s valuation involves mystery, as they are commonly not committed to openly share their finance related data, and organizations haggle new investments in secret. SpaceX doesn’t make its monetary information accessible to the world. Wall Street has as of late turned an undeniably doubtful eye toward “unicorns” that swell in esteem while they’re privately held, just to slump once they’re recorded on the stock market.
Be that as it may, even at SpaceX’s eye-popping valuation, some Wall Street investigators and financial specialists contend the organization is still underestimated. SpaceX could be worth as much as $200 billion if its test satellite-internet venture, Starlink, fills in as expected.