The Chinese messaging and flirt app Momo has filed for a US IPO.
The company filed with the SEC on Friday, looking to raise up to $300m in an initial public offering.
Momo is a location-based messaging and social platform which has 180.3m registered users, 60.2m active monthly users and 25.5m daily users, according to their filing.
The app monetises through a combination of premium subscriptions and selling things like stickers, games and emoticons.
Since they started monetising in July 2013, their revenues have quadrupled to $13.9m in the first half of 2014.
They generated 63% of this revenue from premium subscriptions.
Momo also recently introduced location-based advertising – and in their filing spoke about the marketing potential for location apps like Momo in China.
According to Analysys, mobile marketing in China is expected to grow 69.5% to be worth $18.3bn by 2017.
The messaging app is also backed by Jack Ma’s Alibaba.
Momo is also planning on relaunching an English-speaking version of the app, after shutting their original product down in July.
Read the filing here.