MOVE over Instagram – there’s a brand new app on the town for Wealthy Children to flaunt their lavish life on.
TCHIIN is capitalising on the ‘wealthy youngsters’ development on social media, giving the tremendous elite a recent platform to indicate off their yachts, holidays, tremendous automobiles and designer gear – together with a number of perks.
In addition to having the ability to showcase their unimaginable wealth, TCHIIN additionally has a 24-hour butler service, catering for members’ each whims at no matter hour.
The concierge service constitution personal jets, safe tables at Michelin-starred eating places, hire Lamborghini’s and e-book five-star resort suites.
However they will also be used to trace down uncommon purses, if that is what the member needs.
It prices £450 a month to be a member of TCHIIN, however the excessive price-tag hasn’t been an issue for the app’s super-wealthy 8,000 members, which embody Chelsea star Tiemoue Bakayoko and former Barcelona footballer Dani Alves.
The creators of TCHIIN display screen purposes rigorously, and hand-pick the fortunate few who’re allowed to hitch the ‘membership’ – and declare to have lately obtained an software from an ‘ex-Hollywood star’.
The app, which launched final month, is designed to rival Instagram with non-members allowed to view posts and photographs totally free.
TCHIIN was designed by Monaco-based businessman Lucien Ndabagera, 25, together with Peter Kianicka, 37, and Filip Volarik, 20, who wished to create an app for the super-rich.
Lucien defined: “We had a burning need to create one thing completely different – as we’re each from luxurious backgrounds.
“We thought to ourselves why not deliver concierge to social media. We noticed a spot available in the market and acted.
“Since our launch now we have a few of the most well-known and prosperous clientele on this planet utilizing our app.
“The imaginative and prescient was to have 10,000 premium members worldwide and have hundreds of thousands of ‘followers’ throughout the globe.
“TCHIIN is all about exclusivity. It’s a way of life.
“Solely the few get to hitch the membership.”
While this heir who’s ‘addicted to spending money’ swaps millionaire lifestyle for the streets in Wealthy Children Go Homeless.
In different information, this spoilt 21-year-old who said homeless people are “lazy” was reduced to tears after just 24 hours on the street.
— to www.thesun.co.uk