Twitter has reportedly purchased TenXer, a platform for developers and engineers to work together better. The deal is said to be worth under $50 million, and will lead to the closure of the San Francisco-based startup. Also Read - Twitter Bug Bounty Contest to offer $3500 cash prize for detecting algorithm bias
Excited to announce the @tenxer team will be joining @twitter!!! Also Read - COVID-19 third wave: Twitter shuts offices as coronavirus cases rise
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TenXer CEO and co-founder Jeff Ma said that they will shut down operations at their firm and continue their work with the micro-blogging platform. He added that the firm was excited to apply what they had learnt in the past three years to a world-class engineering organization. TenXer had raised about five million dollars with investors including True Ventures, Google Ventures and Khosla.