Summary: You cannot buy GETTR Stock because it is not a publicly traded company.

Gettr is a privately held company that was financed by a consortium of institutional investors in the United States and overseas.

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What is GETTR?

Gettr (known as GETTR) is a social media platform that is similar to Twitter, but targeted toward American conservatives. The company was founded by Jason Miller, a highly regarded American Communications Strategist and former Chief Spokesman for Donald Trump in 2016.

The platform has seen immense growth in its first year, with over 400,000 daily average users on the app as of June 2022.

GETTR: A New Social Media Platform.

Can I buy Gettr Stocks?

Unfortunately, no. The Gettr company is privately owned by Jason Miller and a few undisclosed international investors that include a foundation tied to Guo Wengui - a well known Chinese businessman.

Gettr Stock IPO

There have been no discussions or rumours that Gettr plans to IPO in the near future. Gettr will likely remain a privately held company for the foreseeable future.

What is the GETTR Social Media App?

GETTR is a social media application that allows users to connect with friends and followers uniquely. GETTR App provides a platform for users to share photos, videos, and thoughts with each other in real-time. GETTR also offers a variety of features that allow users to customize their experience. GETTR is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

The Gettr culture prides itself on being pro-free speech and anti "cancel culture".

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Gettr Social Media App Reviews

The GETTR app has been generally well-received by users and critics alike. The app has a 4.8-star rating on the App Store and a 4.5-star rating on Google Play. Common compliments include the app's clean design, user-friendly interface, and wide range of features.

Gettr Reviews

Some reviewers have criticized the app for being too "pro-Trump" and not doing enough to moderate hateful content. Overall, the app seems to be living up to its promise of being a safe space for open dialogue and free expression.