Vine, Founder, Tweet, Social Media, Video, App

By Nathan Vicar
@NathanVicar

(AMP) — Is Vine about to be resurrected?

The popular six-second video app was officially killed off by its parent company, Twitter, earlier this year.  But the app’s founder may have dropped a massive nugget about a possible follow-up to the platform.

On Wednesday, Dom Hofmann tweeted a cyrptic image simply bearing the characters “V2” in the signature shade of Vine green.

Last week, Hofmann used Twitter to discuss he was working on a follow-up to Vine.

At the time, he did not share any details other than he would be funding it himself as a side project to another company he’s involved with called Interspace, according to The Verge.

Hofmann has not yet commented on the V2 project, so it’s not clear how the platform will compare to Vine.

While we wait for some additional news about V2, let’s enjoy some famous Vines!

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