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Former Vine Stars Have a Lot Of Feelings About The App’s Prospective Resurrection

Last week, Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann announced his intention to resurrect the shuttered six-second video app. And when Hofmann shared a potential logo for the project on Wednesday -- with the name 'V2' written in the platform’s signature font (it has received roughly 200,000 Retweets to date) -- a handful of digital stars who ascended to fame on Vine reacted with a combination of skepticism and glee.
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