Who owns Clubhouse? Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Mask promote audio-based app founded by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth

The Facebook CEO was trending after he decided to join the audio chat app, while Elon Musk promoted the app after interacting with Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev


                            Who owns Clubhouse? Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Mask promote audio-based app founded by Paul Davison and Rohan Seth
The invite-only audio-based app Clubhouse seemed to have got the attention it deserves after Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg decided to join it most recently (Getty Images)

The highly exclusive app Clubhouse seemed to have got the attention it deserves after Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg decided to join it most recently. The Facebook CEO was trending heavily on Twitter after he decided to join the invite-only audio chat app.

The Clubhouse was also in news recently when Elon Musk ended up promoting the new audio-based social network after he interacted with Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev. The app got much-deserved attention on social media as it sparked a scramble for invitations to the exclusive service.

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Clubhouse app (Getty Images)

Who owns the Clubhouse app?

For the unversed, Clubhouse app is a highly-exclusive members-only social media app that is currently only available to those who are invited and as of now, most of them are celebrities. One simply can’t download it from the app store. According to multiple reports, celebs such as Oprah, Ashton Kutcher, Drake and Jared Letoa are on the app.  In Clubhouse, the users can enter into different rooms to listen or participate in a conversation. The “rooms” in the app allow the users to hop in or out of it any time but the only rule is that no one is allowed to record anything. 

Paul Davison (LinkedIn)

Clubhouse app was founded in March 2020 by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Paul Davison and Rohan Seth. In May 2020, it had just 1,500 users, and was worth $100 million. According to the CNBC website, the LinkedIn profiles of both the founders say they started Alpha Exploration Co., the parent company of Clubhouse in 2020. If the report published by the website YourStory is to be believed, the Founders Paul Davison, a serial entrepreneur who sold his last startup to Pinterest and Rohan Seth, a Stanford alumnus and former Google employee, spilled the beans that Clubhouse was never meant to be “exclusive”.  According to the website, they said, “We are building for everyone and working to make it available to the world as quickly as possible. It’s not intended to be exclusive; we just aren’t ready to ship the general release version yet…we haven’t yet finished building the features that will allow us to handle more people.” 

Rohan Seth (LinkedIn)

How Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk are promoting Clubhouse?

As mentioned earlier, the Clubhouse app has now got the undivided attention of Tesla Chief and Facebook CEO. Elon Musk recently joined the exclusive app and interacted with Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev. According to multiple reports, he also interacted with other members where he discussed topics like space travel, colonies on Mars, crypto, AI and Covid-19 vaccines. This gave the Clubhouse app a wide reach on social media as everyone on the web was talking about it. 

SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer Award 2020 on December 01, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. (Getty Images)

Speaking of Mark Zuckerberg, it looks like after Elon Musk, he seemed intrigued by the idea of joining the highly exclusive app. The news soon broke the Internet as a lot of users on Twitter speculated how he might end up buying it exactly what he did with WhatsApp and Instagram. 

Will Mark Zuckerberg end up acquiring Clubhouse app?

A majority of social media users while discussing Mark Zuckerberg hopping on the app felt that he might end up acquiring it and he has joined the app only to inquire how it works. Speaking on the same lines, one user posted, “Mark Zuckerberg only came on clubhouse tonight to see his it works before he acquires it. $FB.” Another shared, “Mark Zuckerberg bout to make a copy-paste version of clubhouse on Instagram.” One posted, “Mark Zuckerberg is on Clubhouse. He’s probably scoping out the competition before he creates a competitor to destroy it.” 

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks about the new Facebook News feature at the Paley Center For Media on October 25, 2019 in New York City. Facebook News, which will appear in a new dedicated section on the Facebook app, will offer stories from a mix of publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, as well as other digital-only outlets. (Getty Images)

The next one said, “Coachella is known for the surprise guest appearances - Jay Z, Cardi B, Selena Gomez etc.. that happens once a year. Clubhouse guest appearances in the last 5 days - Elon Musk, Vlad Tenev, Mark Zuckerberg... this seems to be happening every night.” One posted, “Mark Zuckerberg just came on Clubhouse and pretty much broke it. I’ve been loving this app and having both Elon and Mark spend time on it this week says a lot. Really looking forward to where this is going.” Another added, “Hmm...Why is Mark Zuckerberg going on a competing social media network? Is he a silent partner? Normally he's trying to buy them not engaging.”



 



 



 



 



 



 

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