In a tweet on Wednesday, Vine's co-founder, Dom Hofmann, shared an image of "V2", a graphic that has the colors and typography of Vine. The tweet follows Hofmann's previous posts on the social media platform last week that "I was going to work on a follow-up to the vineyard."
Unlike the original Vine, which was bought on Twitter for $ 30 million in 2012, even before its launch, Hofmann says that this product will be self-financed as "outside the project"
More details on the application remain a mystery, even if you will follow the remarkable six-second video clip format Came.
Twitter officially closed the original vineyard earlier this year.
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As expected, the news of a possible new Vine turned viral. The tweet on Wednesday by Hofmann was retweeted more than 66,000 times in less than three hours and "Vine 2" quickly became a trending topic on Twitter, with users sharing their excitement about the possibility.
Others went to Twitter to talk about who "not to tell" about the new application, listing Internet celebrities who achieved fame through Vine Original
Hofmann is the last co-founder of Vine to make waves in recent times Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll, other creators of Vine are the co-creators and founders of the popular HQ Trivia game, according to a new report by Recode . 39] the viral sensation recently closed a round of financing that could value the start-up at $ 100 million.  More: Follow USA TODAY Money and Tech on Facebook
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