Twitter Vs Threads: ‘Whoever Wins Will Be The Winner Of…’, Says Billionaire Vinod Khosla

Mark Zuckerberg (left) and Elon Musk.

Mark Zuckerberg (left) and Elon Musk.

Amid Elon Musk-Mark Zuckerberg Fight, Vinod Khosla was asked about who will win the fight between the two; check what he said:

Vinod Khosla, an Indian-American billionaire businessman, has shared his opinion on the battle between Elon Musk’s Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg’s Threads. Not knowing about the Musk-Zuckerberg fight, Khosla said the more important fight is between Threads and Twitter.

Speaking at the Moneycontrol Startup Conclave via video conferencing from the Silicon Valley, US, Khosla said, “I don’t know about that (Elon Musk-Mark Zuckerberg fight), but the more important fight is between Threads and Twitter… I think that will be the determinant of the winner.”

Launched on Thursday, July 6, Meta’s Threads attracted some 30 million users in less than 24 hours. And, with Meta already having over two billion Instagram users who can directly link their accounts to it, Threads’ user base will grow fast. It is being seen as a threat to Twitter.

On asked if he had joined Threads or planned to quit Twitter, the co-founder of Khosla Ventures said, “I’m not going to leave Twitter but I will probably join Threads too.”

He also said he wanted to be active on both platforms. “They are great learning platforms for me. I learn a lot from those threads.”

Vinod Khosla currently has over half a million followers on Twitter. He was the first venture capitalist investor in OpenAI when it switched from a nonprofit to a private enterprise in 2019.

Meanwhile, Zuckerberg made a comeback on Twitter after more than 11 years as he dropped a meme. Taking to Twitter, the Facebook founder shared a meme, showing a man dressed as Spiderman pointing at another dressed in the same costume. The meme did not have any caption and was shared without any context. Many have assumed that he is mocking Musk through this meme.

“Our vision is to take the best parts of Instagram and create a new experience for text, ideas, and discussing what’s on your mind. I think the world needs this kind of friendly community, and I’m grateful to all of you who are part of Threads from day one. Threads is available in the app store now,” Zuckerberg said while launching the app.

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