Reward the Web gods, Vine is perhaps coming again!
Vine co-founder, Dom Hofmann, stated that he is engaged on a comply with as much as the favored six-second video service, referred to as V2.
Vine, which formally launched in 2013 as a platform for humorous and wacky repetitive brief-type movies, infamously collapsed again in January of this yr as a result of it wasn’t making any revenue.
Hofmann’s Vine co-founders Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll, moved on to run more and more fashionable reside streaming trivia recreation HQ, however Hofmann isn’t letting Vine go gently into that good night time.
A take a look at our all-time favourite Vines because it fades into the sundown
Hofmann tweeted on Nov. 30, “i’ll work on a comply with-as much as vine. i have been feeling it myself for a while and have seen a variety of tweets, dms, and so on.”
And the brand new identify, which Hofmann tweeted almost every week afterward Dec. 6, is simply as chew-measurement because the content material it guarantees, merely, V2.
Hofmann says he plans to fund the platform himself, probably wanting past Twitter or another huge social media website, which backed the platform earlier than its official launch again in 2012.
“I am funding it myself as an outdoor undertaking, so it does not intrude with the (fairly thrilling) work we’re doing on the firm, which is my first precedence. nothing else to share but, however extra because it develops,” he stated.
Vine goes away and sports activities is gloomy about it
Hoffmann even added “engaged on V2” to his Twitter bio.
Regardless of Vine’s lack of latest content material, Twitter customers and past nonetheless share their favourite loops, because the brief movies are referred to as, from the archives, which Vine stored on-line.
A number of the most looped Vines within the firm’s historical past embrace a video of a kid getting taken for a spin on a shifting, however cushioned, platform and just a little boy who smiling says no, then instantly begins crying.
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