The last of Vine’s three cofounders is officially out at Twitter.
The company let got of Vine cofounder Rus Yusopov, along with 300+ other employees, as part of the restructuring plan announced on Tuesday.
Buzzfeed broke the news, which a company spokesperson confirmed.
Vine was acquired by Twitter in 2012 before its three cofounders — Colin Kroll, Dom Hoffman and, of course, Yusopov — officially launched the social video platform.
Three years after the purchase, Vine has proven its worth. The app, which allows users to create looping six-second videos that can be shared, liked, or commented on, attracts around 200 million active monthly users, according to DMR.
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