Reddit is a popular place for people to invest in tech companies and start their own businesses, but what if you could invest in the future?
The internet giant announced a new initiative on Thursday called Reddit Investing, which allows people to buy margin investments in stocks and other companies on Reddit, according to the company.
The company said the initiative is aimed at investors who want to buy into the tech industry in the near future.
The platform, which is open to investors in Canada, the United States, Europe and the Middle East, allows investors to invest at a 10% premium to market value.
That means investors are only paying a 10 basis point premium to the value of the company in which they invest.
The 10% is in addition to the 15% premium that Reddit typically charges on all of its products, according the company’s website.
Investors can buy a minimum of $25,000 of the $1 million investment to begin with.
It is available to both Canadian and U.S. investors.
Reddit is currently one of the most popular places to invest online, according a study by the website Seeking Alpha.
Reddit Investing is part of the platform’s wider push to become more of a platform for investors, which has led to a boom in the number of people investing on the platform.
In addition to its own platform, the company recently launched a partnership with Institutional Investor, which enables investors to buy its equity portfolio at $25 a share, according it.
Investing in companies on the Reddit platform is not limited to just tech companies.
In September, the site announced that it would be launching a new segment called “investors” which aims to allow investors to access funds that they would not normally have access to.
Investment advisers can access funds from the company through a mobile app that users will be able to download.
Reddit said the company had invested in $1.3 million of this new fund through its own investment program.
The site also said it is working to expand its portfolio of investments to include more financial instruments.