After clubhouse’s huge success, companies like Twitter and Facebook have started working on their own live audio chat platforms. Interestingly, it seems Twitter has already considered taking over Clubhouse for as much as $4 billion – although the plan hasn’t come out as expected. As Bloomberg reported today, Clubhouse is in talks to raise funds from investors. However, one of the companies that negotiated with Clubhouse is none other than Twitter. The report says both companies have held talks “in recent months,” according to the sources.
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