Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann announced today that his planned sequel to the popular and now-defunct short-form video app, tentatively called v2, will be postponed for an “indefinite amount of time” while he figures out funding and logistical hurdles. The announcement, made on the v2 forums and reposted this morning by the official v2 Twitter handle, is a disappointing but understanding turn of events. Back in January, Hofmann suggested the app may launch as soon as this summer, which was an ambitious timetable.
Hofmann started the v2 project, in his words, “without a plan” last year, mostly as a way to garner interest in a Vine successor. However, the project received an outpouring of support from Vine fans who’ve bemoaned the death of…
Written by Nick Statt
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