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On 24 January 2021, founder Jesse Ridgway announced on Twitter that the platform would shut down just one week later on 1 February due to lack of funding.<ref>{{URL|https://twitter.com/McJuggerNuggets/status/1353452609596579842}}</ref>
 
On 24 January 2021, founder Jesse Ridgway announced on Twitter that the platform would shut down just one week later on 1 February due to lack of funding.<ref>{{URL|https://twitter.com/McJuggerNuggets/status/1353452609596579842}}</ref>
  
On the planned shutdown day, it was announced that StoryFire had secured funding for another year via a YouTube video.<ref>{{URL|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMu9gtLjvUY}}</ref> Jesse also mentioned that a similar situation had already happened twice before in 2018 and 2019.<ref>{{URL|https://twitter.com/McJuggerNuggets/status/1356669652047458304}}</ref>
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On the planned shutdown day, it was announced that StoryFire had secured funding for another year via a YouTube video.<ref>{{URL|1=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMu9gtLjvUY}}</ref> Jesse also mentioned that a similar situation had already happened twice before in 2018 and 2019.<ref>{{URL|https://twitter.com/McJuggerNuggets/status/1356669652047458304}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:16, 2 February 2021

StoryFire
StoryFire logo
Employee captured tearing page.png
URL https://storyfire.com/
Project status Online!
Archiving status In progress...
Project source storyfire-grab
Project tracker storyfire
IRC channel #storyburnt (on hackint)
Project lead Unknown

StoryFire is a video-sharing platform that launched in 2017.

2021 shutdown't

On 24 January 2021, founder Jesse Ridgway announced on Twitter that the platform would shut down just one week later on 1 February due to lack of funding.[1]

On the planned shutdown day, it was announced that StoryFire had secured funding for another year via a YouTube video.[2] Jesse also mentioned that a similar situation had already happened twice before in 2018 and 2019.[3]

References