Clubhouse Introduces Advantage Payments To Creators
Clubhouse Introduces Advantage Payments To Creators

Junior developer of Clubhouse app announced a new payment job on the blog. This is the first of many features that content creators can use to receive payments directly from the app.

With Clubhouse, a multi-billion dollar year-long social audio app, users can now send money to their favorite creators or speakers through the platform.

Paul Davison, co-founder of the startup, said the club wanted to focus directly on creators, not advertising.

The user can access the personal account of the content creator who wants to donate to them and send the payment through the application.

Once the creator has enabled the payment feature, users can click the discount button and enter the amount they wish to send.

While the "checkout" feature does not currently allow users to use money to send personalized messages, the feature can be used as a default reminder or as a copy of the Venmo Club.

The startup does not bear any fees charged by the content creator. 100% of the user provided content will be sent to the intended recipient and the sender will be charged a tape processing fee.

Clubhouse will not generate any revenue from the transaction, although the app has not indicated whether it will happen when the feature becomes more widely available.

Stripe CEO Patrick Collison tweeted that it's great to see a new social platform that focuses on attendee income first rather than in-house advertising income.

Although all users can now send money, only a small portion of the speaker test suite has enabled the payment feature, but the company is gradually collecting payments and modifying the feature to receive payments gradually.

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