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Musk invited Putin to talk at Clubhouse, and the Russian government responded

On February 16, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk issued a proposal not long ago, hoping to have a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the audio social application Clubhouse . In this regard, the Russian government has responded to Musk’s invitation, saying it is willing to learn more about the dialogue.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov (Dmitry Peskov) said that Musk's proposal is "interesting", but Russia needs to know more details. He said: "First of all, we want to clarify that President Putin did not directly use social networks, and he himself does not like these things. But in general, this is a very interesting proposal, but people must first understand the meaning of this. , And details about the proposal." 


Last Saturday, Musk invited Putin to talk to him on Clubhouse via Twitter. Clubhouse is a pure audio application that is very popular in Silicon Valley and is growing rapidly. Musk then wrote in Russian: "It would be a great honor for me to talk to you."

According to data from App Annie, an app tracking agency, Clubhouse has been downloaded about 5 million times. This invitation-only tool builds an online communication platform that allows users to express their opinions to the participating audience on a virtual "podium". In addition, listeners can also ask questions of the presenter if they are invited.

On January 30 this year, Musk interviewed Vlad Tenev, the co-founder of the brokerage Robinhood, on Clubhouse. Last Wednesday, Musk wrote on Twitter that he had agreed to co-host the Clubhouse conversation with Kanye West.

Last month, investors valued Clubhouse at approximately $1 billion. Twitter has launched a similar application Spaces, and Facebook is said to be developing similar products. (Little) 

Source: NetEase Technology Report, translated by Google Translate

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