Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Twitter said to have held discussions for US$4 billion takeover of audio-based social network Clubhouse

  • The two social media companies held talks in recent months, putting the valuation of Clubhouse at roughly US$4 billion
  • Major tech firms, including Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter, have gone to work on their own versions of Clubhouse, as the audio chat app’s popularity soared

Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Social media giant Twitter held talks in recent months about acquiring Clubhouse, but discussions have stalled. Twitter has developed its own Clubhouse-like audio-based platform called Spaces. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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