The Twitter icon has been changed by Elon Musk. A new dog logo will be seen in place of that Blue Bird.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk confirmed the update while posting a conversation and responding as promised.
Musk took control of the social media giant in a $4.4 billion deal last year. twitter’s blue bird is now replaced by the Shiba Inu dog meme. Which is also the dog of the dogecoin crypto currency. Oddly enough the change to doge is only visible on the web version of Twitter and not on the Twitter app.
What is Doge coin?
The digital token was created in 2013 by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer as a faster but “Fun” alternative to Bitcoin.
It was started as a satire on the numerous fraud crypto coins that had sprung up at the time, and took its name and logo from a Shiba Inu meme that was viral several years ago.
Unlike Bitcoins, whose maximum possible number is fixed at $21million dogecoin numbers do not already have more than 100 billion in existence.
When the crypto coin first took off, the online community that backed it invited attention by supporting unconditional causes.
Such as sponsoring Jamaica’s bobsled team at the 2014 win the Olympics. Also that year, the dogecoin community gave $55,000 worth of the digital taken to a NASCAR driver in the US.
Musk’s lawyer described his public statement about tcoin aa innocuous and often silly tweets in a court filing friday.
But Musk’s public endorsement of the coin goes further than social media messages; two of Musk’s other companies, Tesla and the boring company, are named in the lawsuit.
In December 2021 Tesla announced it would accept doge coins for some merchandise at the time, Musk said on Twitter that Tesla would ‘see how it goes ‘.
The shiba Ina is a breed of hunting dog from Japan. A smallest to medium breed. It is the smallest of six original and distinct Spitz breeds of dog native to Japan.
A small, alert and agile dog that copes very well with mountainous terrain and hiking trails, the shiba Ina was originally bred for hunting.
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