Vine Loses Its Final Co-Founder To Twitter Layoffs

Vine Loses Its Last Co-Founder To Twitter Layoffs

Not one of the three cofounders of Vine are nonetheless engaged on Twitter’s video-sharing app. Rus Yusopov, the final man standing, because it have been, was one of many 300+ staff who was laid off in Twitter restructuring that went down earlier this week.

The information was first reported by BuzzFeed, which confirmed Yusopov’s departure with an organization spokesperson.

Vine was based by Colin Kroll, Dom Hoffman and Rus Yusopov, and bought to Twitter in 2012 earlier than the service ever launched.

The app has been a reasonably large win for Twitter, providing customers the prospect to create six-second looping movies that may be re-shared, appreciated, and commented on. In response to DMR, Vine has 200 million lively month-to-month customers throughout each net and cellular.

That stated, not one of the founders are nonetheless engaged on the app.

Dom Hoffman stepped down from his position at Twitter in January of 2014, and Colin Kroll left shortly after in April. Now, with newly re-appointed CEO Jack Dorsey’s layoffs, Yusopov makes three.