Twitter previews Ticketed Spaces, says it’ll take a 20 percent cut of sales
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Twitter previews Ticketed Spaces, says it’ll take a 20 percent cut of sales

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Twitter will launch its Ticketed Spaces in the next couple weeks. | Image: Twitter

Twitter’s getting ready for the launch of its Ticketed Spaces feature, and today, it’s previewing what users can expect when they go to host their first one. US users will be able to apply to host paid live audio rooms starting in the next couple weeks. Anyone who wants to charge has to have 1,000 followers, have hosted three spaces in the past 30 days, and be at least 18 years old.

The company is partnering with Stripe to handle payments, and it says users will receive 80 percent of revenue after Apple and Google’s in-app purchase fees are taken. So if you sell a $10 ticket, Apple would presumably take a 30 percent cut, leaving you and Twitter to split the remaining $7. Eighty percent would go to you, and 20 percent would go to Twitter….

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