Just two years after winning the Techcrunch 40, Mint.com has been sold for a whopping $170 million dollar. Two ex-eBay colleagues are counting the premium on their options right now, congrats.
But what was more interesting and funny, was that the news broke on the first day of the Techcrunch 50 today. This proves the demo of startups can give that extra push for a concept, although the team still needs to execute.
The teaser on the Techcrunch website was funny, really relevant today: