A Russian Developer Created an Android Version of Clubhouse

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Whether they planned it or not, Clubhouse’s founders turned a psychological trick into $1 billion of value. Marketers call it the Scarcity Effect. In a nutshell, the Scarcity Effect makes us place a high value on what’s rare and a low value on what’s available everywhere. For the same reason why gold is more expensive than stone…

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