Venture capitalists and founders are hoping — praying? — for exits to pick back up in 2024. A recent For Millionaires+ survey found that there is consensus among VCs that exits will start to rebound this but the when and the how are still a bit fuzzy.

The year opinion, though, is the fact that fintech Stripe goes general public this season. The people surveyed plainly aren’t the only real people that are worked up about a Stripe that is potential exit 2024, either. According to secondary data tracker Caplight, there has been an flurry that is absolute of wanting to get stocks when you look at the organization in current months.

While estimates inform us a very important factor, deals inform us another, and a transaction that is closed week tells us a lot about what could happen to Stripe in 2024. A secondary sale closed that valued Stripe shares at $21.06 apiece; that values the startup at $53.65 billion, according to Caplight data.

Stripe on Tuesday, literally the day after New Year’s Day declined to review.(*)There are some explanations why this offer will probably be worth attention that is paying. For one, Stripe’s $53 billion value marks an increase from the company’s most recent round that is primary March, whenever Stripe had been respected at $50 billion.(*)