NEW DELHI: Social networking giant Twitter It recently unveiled Spaces, the rival of the live audio conversation platform Clubhouse. The company has announced that it will allow accounts with 600 or more followers to host Spaces.
Reports suggest that Twitter may plan to monetize the feature. The company is reportedly planning to introduce a new feature called Ticketed Spaces This allows users to host live audio rooms for a fee. As reported by The Verge, Twitter will be testing the “Ticketed Spaces” feature with a small group of people over the next few weeks.
The company should work on the admission criteria who can host Ticketed Spaces. The 1000 follower accounts have hosted three spaces in the past 30 days, and those aged 18 and over are allowed to host Ticketed Spaces.
The report adds that Twitter is partnering to process the payment Stripes and the microblogging website will reduce sales by 20%. The host must also have a Stripe account.
A Twitter spokesperson told The Verge: “The first applications will be processed within a few weeks of opening and the team plans to start with a small test group. However, currently only US users can host these ticket areas.” can be accessed by anyone anywhere in the world. ”
In addition to Ticketed Spaces, Twitter should also work on the ability to jointly host storage space, enable scheduling, create more block labels and warnings, and improved subtitles.
Recently, Twitter started rolling out its new verification request process and reviewing public verification requests popularly known as Blue Ticks. The company claims that the introduction of the new blue tick mechanism marks the next milestone in its plans to add transparency, credibility and clarity to the review on Twitter.