Little Birdie is back, Elon Musk replaces Dogecoin logo with the official Twitter logo:- The reason behind Musk’s decision to change his Twitter logo to Doge remains unclear.
However, some speculate that it may be an attempt to shift the focus away from the lawsuit filed against him by Dogecoin investors.
Elon Musk recently caused a stir on social media by changing his Twitter logo to the Dogecoin logo, featuring the popular Shiba Inu meme. The reason behind the move remains unclear, with some speculating that it may be related to a $258 million lawsuit against Musk filed by Dogecoin investors.
Others have suggested that it may have been a late April Fool’s Day prank. Despite the uncertainty, the Dogecoin logo remained on Musk’s Twitter profile for about three days before he switched back to the traditional Twitter bird logo.
Notably, the change was only visible on the web version of the platform, while the app continued to display the blue bird icon. Musk’s unorthodox behavior on social media continues to attract attention and curiosity among his followers.
Following his decision to change his Twitter profile picture to the Dogecoin logo, Elon Musk made a joke about it on social media. He shared an old screenshot of a Twitter exchange in which a user had suggested that Musk should buy the platform and change its logo to a Doge.
Musk then quipped that he had “as promised” changed the logo of the company. Despite the lighthearted tone of the exchange, some have continued to speculate about the true motivations behind Musk’s decision to adopt the popular meme as his Twitter icon.
The reasons behind Elon Musk’s decision to replace his Twitter logo with the Dogecoin logo remain uncertain. Some observers have speculated that the move may have been an attempt to draw attention away from a lawsuit filed against him by Dogecoin investors, which his lawyers have dismissed as baseless.
Another theory is that Musk was seeking to highlight the humorous and playful nature of his tweets about Dogecoin, which some have accused him of using to manipulate the market.
However, there is no concrete evidence to support these or any other theories about Musk’s motivations. Ultimately, the true reasons behind the Twitter logo change may remain a mystery.
Elon Musk’s recent actions on Twitter have attracted attention, but the billionaire has also been making headlines for his efforts to turn the platform around financially. Since Musk acquired Twitter for $44 billion in cash, the company’s value has declined by 50% to $20 billion.
In an attempt to boost revenue, Musk has announced plans to remove blue verification badges from inactive or incomplete accounts and to offer verification only to users who pay for the new Twitter Blue subscription service.
The subscription fee varies by country, with Indian users expected to pay around Rs 600 per month for the web version of the service and Rs 900 per month for the mobile app. These changes have sparked debate and criticism, with some arguing that they will make Twitter less accessible and equitable.
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