Bill.com's current valuation is ~$26.4 Bn i.e. ~16x its IPO valuation in 2019. Khatabook raised in August at ~$600 Mn valuation. Square's valuation is ~$120.7 Bn. Melio became a unicorn in January by raising $110 Mn. I promise there is a pattern to what I am saying and I am not just obsessing over-valuations.
I think this is something natural and common in the startupland, is there any startup that may not have cracked distribution and got userbase in some other fashion? Isn’t this like like a part of the business, like a function similar to financing, marketint, or even human resoirces.