British entrepreneur Nick D’Aloisio, has sold his latest business to social network company, Twitter for an undisclosed amount.
At the age of 17, the computer programmer sold the mobile app Summly to Yahoo for $30m (£21.73m)
Meanwhile, The Sphere group chat app, which connects strangers interested in common topics, was founded by Mr D’Aloisio and Tomas Halgas.
The deal has also prompted Its staff who about 20 in number to join Twitter to integrate their community features into the social network.
Users instantly chat to paid experts, when the company started as a question and answer app as almost 500,000 people were using that version of the platform, especially at the end of 2018.
So far on this development, Mr D’Aloisio has revealed that he found himself drawn to the community aspect of the app which brought strangers interested in the same topics together.