Now, it looks like its co-founder, Dom Hofmann, is working on a successor to the service. The lettering also makes use of the same font as the original Vine logo. After shutting down in 2016 (likely in some part due to Instagram incorporating video into their platform), many were up in arms about the end of an app as popular as Vine. All he's announced apart from the project's existence is that he's funding it himself and he'll be doing it as a side project.
So, if Vine 2 happens, will you welcome it?
Real Madrid coach Zidane in direct contact with unsettled Chelsea ace Hazard
Los Blancos sealed second spot in the group on Wednesday night after a 3-2 win against struggling German side Borussia Dortmund . Zidane has claimed that the injury is not serious but has stated that the defender will miss their next game against Sevilla.
"Nothing else to share yet, but more as it develops", he said, before revealing the logo.
However he just took to Twitter to tease something HUGE...
Mayor accused of using dead people's IDs
Bradley, 60, was taken to the Polk County Jail on Tuesday and released after posting a $2,250 bond. She is a three-term mayor who was elected in 2013, then re-elected in 2015 and earlier this year.
Vine still exists online so that users can continue to watch previous posts, but no new videos can be uploaded.
Twitter paid a reported $30 million for the Vine app in October 2012, before it had even launched.
UnitedHealth Group Incorporated (UNH) Stake Lowered by QS Investors LLC
Shares of UnitedHealth Group Incorporated (NYSE UNH ) traded down $0.15 during trading on Wednesday, reaching $219.94. The firm owned 449,437 shares of the healthcare conglomerate's stock after selling 19,291 shares during the period.
Others include a pile of honking rubber ducks and Leonardo DiCaprio's face when Lady Gaga passed by him at the Golden Globe Awards in January.