The founder of the US private space company SpaceX, the head of the American manufacturer of electric vehicles Tesla, Elon Musk, turned to Russian President Vladimir Putin with a proposal to chat on the Clubhouse social network. Musk reached out to Putin via Twitter, tagging the Kremlin's official account and publishing two posts.
It would be a great honor to speak with you- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 13, 2021
"Would you like to join me for a chat at the Clubhouse?" Musk asked Putin. "It would be a great honor to speak with you," added the head of SpaceX.
The Clubhouse social network is not yet a year old - it was launched in April 2020 by two Stanford alumni and former Google developers Paul Davison and Rogan Seth.
To start using Clubhouse services, you must receive an invitation from one of the members.
In the Clubhouse project, you can interact only by voice and only in real time - recording conversations is prohibited by the rules of the service. All "rooms" on a social network can be public, private or available only to members of a particular "club".