Twitter is continue to explore ways his users to make money from their followers, and he will explain in more detail what he has done recently Ticket Location today. The company is expanding its Clubhouse model which allows people with 600 followers to create a live-action event called Spaces. Tickets can help users charge for the entry of these rooms.
Ticket accommodation will be the ability to set entry prices and the number of tickets available. A Twitter spokesman told Engadget that “subscribers may be able to earn 80% of their ticket sales money after the platform fee is deducted from in-app purchases.” This means users should expect Twitter to receive a 20% fine after the cut that Google and Apple take from the Android and iOS in-app payments. Tickets will be used Payment from Stripe Dealer To improve sales, and those who want to host will need a Stripe account.
Report from About he added that users wishing to receive Ticketed Spaces must have at least 1,000 followers. Must also be 18 years or older and have held at least three places in the last 30 days.
According to a Twitter spokesperson, people can sign up to join the trial group in his app, and it plans to choose who will keep them for a few weeks after the apps are launched. While everyone in the world can afford to buy paid Spaces tickets, only the US can sell tickets right now. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post, but with Spaces growing in popularity earlier this month, it looks like Twitter may be ready to launch this soon.
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