- Stripe CEO Patrick Collison obtained engaged this weekend, and he introduced it on Twitter Sunday with an trade joke.
- “Hit our engagement metrics this weekend!” Collison wrote on Twitter, with well-wishing commenters—together with fellow Silicon Valley execs — taking part in together with the joke.
- Collison, who retains his private life personal from social media, didn’t publish his fiancée’s identify.
- Stripe is a San Francisco-based on-line fee platform that is value $22.5 billion.
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Stripe CEO Patrick Collison introduced his engagement on Sunday, and he did it with a geeky trade tweet.
“We hit our engagement metrics this weekend!” Collison wrote, alongside a photograph of him and his fiancée.
Hit our engagement metrics this weekend! 💍 pic.twitter.com/ki9t3iwEz1— Patrick Collison (@patrickc) June 24, 2019
The joke is especially becoming for the pinnacle of Silicon Valley-based personal tech firm Stripe, a web-based fee platform valued at $22.5 billion.
Collison’s brother, Stripe cofounder John Collison, commented “Oof, ratioed” on Sunday, poking enjoyable on the success of his brother’s metrics declare.
Oof, ratioed.— John Collison (@collision) June 24, 2019
Fellow Silicon Valley tech execs chimed in with on-theme congratulations. Mixpanel founder Suhail Doshi commented “That is one technique to improve person retention.”
That is one technique to improve person retention.— Suhail (@Suhail) June 24, 2019
Field CEO Aaron Levie requested, “How a lot testing did you do on the invite circulate?”
Patrick Collision, who retains his private life personal from social media, didn’t publish his fiancée’s identify with the announcement.
Irish brothers Patrick Collison and John Collison based Stripe in 2010. Forbes listed John Collison as one of many world’s eight under-30 billionaires in March 2019, and as considered one of solely three self-made billionaires on that listing.
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