A car auction site that offers car sales in a wide range of countries across the world has just raised $150 million.
Car-buying site eBay has just announced that it has raised $15.8 million in funding.
The company says it has received a total of $5.9 billion in venture capital investment, as well as $15 million in Series A funding from venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson, which invests in technology companies.
The new round is valued at $20 million.
That includes $1.1 million from an existing $1 million Series A round that was led by Draper Fisher.
The investment will allow the company to expand its network of auctions in other countries.
The company is hoping to expand to more than 50 countries by the end of 2019.
Auctions are one of the most popular ways to buy a car.
The average price of a new car sold in the U.S. last year was $18,845.
More: Car sales in Europe and Asia have been on the rise over the last several years, and sales in the Middle East have also been on a steady rise.
With that, eBay is hoping that it can capture the attention of buyers in the region.
The new funding also supports eBay’s ongoing efforts to expand into China, and the company is now also considering expansion to other Asian markets.
Auctions aren’t the only way to get a new or used car.
eBay is also planning to expand the services it offers, including a new way to sell cars on the site.
The service allows users to bid on cars in a bid-by-bid mode, where sellers bid to buy the car from a seller.
The bid is made in USD, and can range from $20 to $10,000.
For its part, eBay has been working on an ad-free version of the site for some time.
It was first launched in December 2015, and it has been available to the public since February 2018.
The company is also launching a subscription service, which is priced at $99 per year.
That service is still under development.