Twitter users with over 600 followers will soon be able to host audio Spaces

Twitter users over 600 followers sooner will be able to host audio Spaces
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In order to rope in more content creators, Twitter will introduce a new feature to let users charge admission to their live audio chat rooms in its ‘Spaces’ feature.

So far, only some users were able to host their own Space. Through this, any Twitter user with can be a host. But they should have at least 600 followers.

‘Spaces’ was introduced by Twitter in 2020 to compete with the Clubhouse app. And they could also determine their own pricing.

Hosts were to keep the majority of the revenue, while Twitter was to earn a small amount. This is a part of Twitter’s effort to be a bigger player in the creator economy.

Facebook in April had also announced its plans for audio chat features.

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