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Prmovies: Illegal Portal to Downlaod Movies



Movies are always our priority to watch whenever we have time to kill and nothing to do. With thousands of websites available for people to download videos through them, one has their own particular choice. Most of these movie portals function illegally yet have millions of users daily for the streaming of movies online. Similarly, one such website is Prmovies, which operates unlawfully and against the laws of the Indian Constitution.

One should strictly follow the rules regarding such websites and have the use of an official portal that does not face piracy issues against them. As the government of different countries mentions piracy being against their Constitution, India has rules for people to prohibit the use of websites that promote piracy, and most of the sites have been shut off due to this. Hence, let’s know some more details regarding the Prmovies.

About Prmovies

Prmovies is an online website that allows people to have access to their portal and download or stream movies online for free. One can have access to thousands of videos of different genres and features to be downloaded through their portal. People can easily find the film of their interest to download and can even stream them online. The film present on the portal is available for free, and no additional or hidden costs are required to download videos through the Prmovies.

Although this platform is considered illegal and functions entirely against the Indian Constitution’s rules, one should prohibit using such websites for downloading movies. Any person who is found promoting or using such portals can face legal actions against them and can even face several issues.

Features of Prmovies

With millions of users active on their portal daily, there must be something special about the portal. Prmovies have some best features for their audience to experience through and have some good time. Some of the main features Prmovie includes movies of different genres, from action to romance, web Series and the famous TV Series. Moreover, the portal of Prmovies has different movies available; one can watch Hollywood movies to the famous Bollywood and Tollywood movies as well. The features of Prmovies include different picture qualities like 480p, 720p, and even 1080p. People can also find some of the Hollywood and South Indian dubbed movies available on the platform.

Categories of Movies

There are several categories of movies present on the portal of Prmovies. People can easily select their films or the TV Series they feel to watch through these categories and can find the perfect match according to their mood. Some of the categories present on the portal of Prmovies are mentioned below.

  • Web Series of different portals like Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc.
  • TV Series
  • Bollywood 2018-20 movies
  • Hollywood 2018-20 movies
  • Hollywood Dubbed movies
  • South Dubbed movies
  • Action movies
  • Adventure movies
  • Animation movies
  • Sci-fi

Apart from such categories and genres of movies present on the portal of Prmovies, one can even see many films based on languages such as

  • Bengali movies
  • Gujarati movies
  • Marathi movies
  • Tamil movies
  • Telugu movies
  • Pakistani movies

Alternatives to Prmovies

As mentioned above, Prmovies is an illegal portal to download movies for free. Thus, due to this issue, the government keeps shutting off such a gateway to prohibit people from downloading such a film. Hence, some of the alternatives to the portal have been mentioned below such that people can find both legal and illegal options to choose the movies from.

Some of the alternatives, which function similar to the Prmovies

Some of the legal alternatives that function similar to the Prmovies but have proper content available on their portal

  • Netflix(1)
  • Amazon Prime(2)
  • MX player
  • ALTBalaji
  • Zee5
  • Hotstar(3)

Is the Portal of Prmovies Legal and Trustworthy?

No, as clearly stated above, the website Prmovies function entirely illegally and have pirated movies. Hence, one should avoid using such portals as they can eventually make people get involved in legal issues. Moreover, these types of movie portals are a hub of Hackers and different viruses that may get transferred to your PC or device through which one downloads a movie. Hence, one should avoid using such portals and have access to official portals that might require some nominal subscription fee, which is worth your money.


Portals like Prmovies impose a threat to their audience and users. Although they have amusing and creative features with different genres of the movie on their platform, one should avoid getting involved in such illegal activities instead of supporting official portals that function through a proper method.

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Jeeves Cross Border Corporate Card Fintech gets a $57M Series B



During the pandemic, international payments for startups is seeing explosive growth, company attests

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Founders of Jeeves, Sherwin Ghandi (Left), and Dileep of Thazhamon (Right).

Jeeves, a Y Combinator graduate credit card app that launched in 2019, announced today it has raised a $57 million Series B Led by CRV.

“We were not looking to do another financing round this soon after our Series A, but fueled by our exponential growth, we received strong interest, and term sheets from multiple funds,” CEO and Co-founder Dileep Thazhmon said. “We’re building an all-in-one global expense management platform for startups in LatAm, Canada, Europe, and the UK — cash, corporate cards, crossborder — all run on our infrastructure.”

Founded after incubating in the Y combinator class of 2019, Jeeves is a cross-boarder card and payments company aiming to slash fees for startups that operate over multiple borders. As a company founded as completely remote, Jeeves has employees all over the world and understands the issues that come with it.

For example, a company with employees in Mexico and the US would need a corporate card vendor in each country and a payment provider between. Jeeves said that with them, you could eliminate the automated 1-2% card fees, pay in local currency, and get up to 4% cashback on every purchase.

Thazhmon, with almost 17 years in the finance and startup space, previously worked in M&A at Deloitte and ran the international payment product for PayPal. Co-founder and President Sherwin Gandhi has almost two decades of experience, building equity trading software and trading at JP Morgan and as a founder and investor in the fintech startup space.

Valuation rises to $50 million

The round came just three months after a Series A of $31 million in equity and $100 million of debt. The new round brings the firm’s valuation to $500 million, the firm said and was lead by CRV, a VC that got in on the ground floor of Doordash and Airtable.

“We were blown away with Jeeves’ growth, consistently hitting and exceeding targets month over month, and the overwhelmingly positive feedback from customers that just love the product,” General Partner at CRV Saar Gur said. “Dileep and Sherwin designed Jeeves’ infrastructure from the ground up to dynamically manage cards, bank-to-bank transfer, FX across an increasing number of regions.”

Gur will be joining the Jeeves board. The firm now covers more than 12 currencies and ten countries across three continents and announced a launch in Colombia, UK, and Europe.

The firm said it would use the capital to fuel the launch, scale its infrastructure to cover more currencies, acquire new talent, and onboard new clients. There is a 15,000+ company waitlist, Jeeves reported.

“Building a business today increasingly requires a distributed team and multi-country banking processes,” Gandhi said in a LinkedIn post after the Series A. “With Jeeves, global business benefits from an unfragmented and cost-effective banking solution, increasing productivity and creating more jobs.”

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Telehealth giant Amwell to acquire Portland healthtech startup Conversa



National telehealth provider Amwell said it will acquire Portland, Ore.-based healthtech startup Conversa and SilverCloud Health.

Conversa, founded in 2014, sells platforms tailored to different medical conditions that allow medical teams to communicate with patients remotely. The company raised $8 million at the beginning of this year, after COVID-19 generated increased need for the service.

Conversa also helps medical providers automate text-based conversations and other administrative tasks before, during and after patients check in to medical care.

Amwell said it will use Conversa’s patient profiling and engagement tools to boost client experience and outcomes.

Murray Brozinksy, CEO of Conversa Health, said the deal will help “usher in the hybrid care delivery model of the future.”

Amwell said it paid approximately $320 million in stock and cash to acquire Conversa and SilverCloud, a digital platform that caters to mental healthcare. The transaction is expected to close at the end of the third quarter.

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Egyptian ride-sharing company Swvl plans to go public in a $1.5B SPAC merger



Cairo and Dubai-based ride-sharing company Swvl plans to go public in a merger with special purpose acquisition company Queen’s Gambit Growth Capital, Swvl said Tuesday. The deal will see Swvl valued at roughly $1.5 billion.

Swvl was founded by Mostafa Kandil, Mahmoud Nouh and Ahmed Sabbah in 2017. The trio started the company as a bus-hailing service in Egypt and other ride-sharing services in emerging markets with fragmented public transportation.

Its services, mainly bus-hailing, enables users to make intra-state journeys by booking seats on buses running a fixed route. This is pocket-friendly for residents in these markets compared to single-rider options and helps reduce emissions (Swvl claims it has prevented over 240 million pounds of carbon emission since inception).

After its Egypt launch, Swvl expanded to Kenya, Pakistan, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. The company also moved its headquarters to Dubai as part of its strategy to become a global company.

Swvl offerings have expanded beyond bus-hailing services. Now, the company offers inter-city rides, car ride-sharing, and corporate services across the 10 cities it operates in across Africa and the Middle East.

Queen’s Gambit, the women-led SPAC in charge of the deal, raised $300 million in January and added $45 million via an underwriters’ overallotment option focusing on startups in clean energy, healthcare and mobility sectors.

The statement also mentions a group of investors — Agility, Luxor Capital and Zain Group — which will contribute $100 million through a private investment in public equity, or PIPE.

Per Crunchbase, Swvl has raised over $170 million. From an African perspective, Swvl features as one of the most venture-backed startups on the continent. The company has been touted to reach unicorn status in the past and will when this SPAC merger is completed.

The company will aptly trade under the ticker SWVL. The listing will make it the first Egyptian startup to go public outside Egypt and the second to go public after Fawry. It will also make the mobility company the largest African unicorn debut on any U.S.-listed exchange, beating Jumia’s debut of $1.1 billion on the NYSE. Swvl joins music-streaming platform Anghami as the second startup in the region to go public via a SPAC merger in the Middle East.

Swvl had annual gross revenue of $26 million in 2020, according to the statement, and the company expects its annual gross revenue to increase to $79 million this year and $1 billion by 2025 after expanding to 20 countries across five continents.

On why Queen’s Gambit picked Swvl for this deal, Victoria Grace, founder and CEO, said in a statement that the company fit the profile of what she was looking for: “a disruptive platform that solves complex challenges and empowers underserved populations.”

“Having established a leadership position in key emerging markets, we believe Swvl is ready to capitalize on a truly global market opportunity,” she added.

In May, TechCrunch wrote that SPACs didn’t target African startups for several reasons, including a lack of global appeal and private capital and market satisfaction. Judging by Grace’s comments, Swvl has that global appeal and is ready to venture into the public market despite being in operation for just four years.

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Microsoft acquires Seattle startup Suplari, which uses AI to analyze corporate spending



Suplari co-founders Jeff Gerber, Brian White, and Nikesh Parekh. (Suplari Photo)

Microsoft has acquired Suplari, a Seattle startup that uses artificial intelligence to help companies understand and get a handle on their spending.

Founded in 2016, Suplari analyzes procurement and spending data flowing into various enterprise systems. It can provide recommendations for cost savings, risk exposure, and other efficiency gaps. The software serves as an alternative to compiling data in an app such as Excel or Tableau and having a team of analysts comb through the information themselves. Suplari manages more than $180 billion in spend across millions of transactions per month.

Microsoft said it will pair Suplari with Microsoft Dynamics 365 “to help customers maximize financial visibility by using AI to automate the analysis of current data and historical patterns from multiple data sources.”

“Today’s announcement also signals our continued commitment to enabling organizations to move beyond transactional financial management to proactive operations that enhance decision making, mitigate risks, and reduce supplier costs through our data-first approach,” Microsoft vice president Frank Weigel wrote in a blog post.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Suplari said its “Suplari Spend Intelligence Cloud” will continue to remain available for existing customers.

Suplari is among a bevy of startups using artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate manual processes involving tons of data, and provide recommendations based on the computer-aided number crunching. There are several companies in Seattle applying similar technology in various industries, such as AttunelyLexionSigma IQ, and others.

Suplari had raised $18 million to date, according to PitchBook. Investors include Amplify Partners, Madrona Venture Group, Shasta Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, and Workday Ventures.

The company was co-founded by Jeff Gerber, Brian White, and Nikesh Parekh, Suplari’s CEO.

Parekh is a real estate technology veteran who previously held leadership positions at Market Leader and Trulia. Gerber is a long-time engineering leader who co-founded startups including iConclude (acquired by Opsware and later by HP) and helped lead Apptio’s machine learning and intelligent app development. White worked with Gerber at iConclude as an early employee and did stints at Amazon Web Services and Skytap.

Parekh said Microsoft and Suplari have had partnership discussions over the past several years.

“Given Microsoft’s AI, cloud and data investments, customers can expect that Suplari will continue to deliver more AI-driven, predictive & prescriptive insights and integrated workflows for finance, procurement, & supply chain teams,” he wrote in a blog post.

The deal is the latest in a string of IPOs, fundings, and acquisitions across the Seattle startup ecosystem. Earlier this week Seattle startup Algorithmia was acquired by DataRobot.

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