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  • A social network for the mega rich
  • A social network for the mega rich
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A social network for the mega rich

Country clubs and private members lounges have been spaces for the super rich to congregate for over 130 years. But how has this evolved in the digital age? Exclusive social network, Netropolitan, is charging $9,000 for the privilege of joining the online community.

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