The value of stocks on the online platform is rising faster than the average U.S. stock, according to a recent report from investment research firm Momentum.

In the second quarter of 2019, the stock market had a market cap of $11.4 billion, and the company said the average price of Momentum stock on its platform increased by $4.50 since the end of the second half of 2018. 

The average price on the platform rose $4,567 per share in the second-quarter, compared to an average increase of $2,849 per share for the S&P 500 index. 

Momentum, which was founded in 2013 by Marc Andreessen, also noted that its platform, called Momentum Trading, is more efficient than its peers because it is based on blockchain technology. 

A look at the stocks Momentum is trading on: Momum stock:  Shares of Momentus have soared this year thanks to surging stock prices in China, Japan and elsewhere.

The company has seen the number of people using its platform grow by about 500% in the last two years. 

Trading card value: The stock of Momentums trading card is worth $13.6 billion.

Momentum says its card value, which is based around how well a stock does in a given market, has increased more than 200% since its launch in 2017. 

Cards are a type of token used in many trading systems to make trades, such as stocks and ETFs. 

Market cap: Shares of the company were valued at $11 billion at the end 2016.

It now has a market capitalization of $17.7 billion.