Fintech Finance – This party is not like 1999

The tech bubble of 1998-2000 proved how fantastically inflated valuations can become, and history may drive concern on the start-up landscape today. However, revenue and earnings evaluations are a significant difference between these two periods. “Counting eyeballs” is a term coined by advertisers to determine how many people will see an ad in a given location. A large portion of the money raised during the tech bubble was driven by the potential to sell eyeballs.  Companies saw their valuations increase, not only pre-profit, but also pre-revenue. Taking a closer look, this is no longer the case today.

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