Since the first days of Clubhouse, a guiding principle of the company has been to build a platform that puts the creator of content first.
With this very present thread, Clubhouse always tries to support users to create communities, audiences and impacts.
In its growth path, the company believes it is important to align the business model with that of the creators, helping them make money and prosper on the platform.
Clubhouse Payments, money for creators
For this Clubhouse enthusiastically announces the launch of Payments, its first monetization function for creators on the social network.
All users will be able to send payments right away, and Clubhouse will implement the possibility of receiving payments gradually, starting from a small test group already operational.
The company hopes and expects to collect feedback, develop the function and distribute it soon to its entire user base.
How Payments works
To send a payment to Clubhouse, simply tap on the profile of a creator (If it is one of those that already has the function enabled) and tap
At this point you must only enter the amount you want to send.
The first time a user sends money, they will be asked to register a credit or debit card.
100% of the payment will go to the creator. A small card processing fee will also be charged to the person who sends the money, which will go directly to our payment processing partner, Stripe.
Clubhouse strongly stresses that nothing will be withheld, of what the user paid.
In the statement, the company also states that this will be the first of many features that allow creators to be paid directly on Clubhouse, and that it will continue to work hard to support community members to grow and thrive.