Elon Musk Explains Why He Changed Twitter Blue Bird Logo to DOGE Meme

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Elon Musk Explains Why He Changed Twitter Blue Bird Logo to DOGE Meme

Elon Musk Twitter DOGE – Elon Musk made a surprise change on Tuesday by replacing the iconic blue bird symbol of Twitter with a meme related to cryptocurrencies. On the Web version of the platform, the “DOGE” meme may be seen in the upper-left corner of the Twitter feed home screen.

This is the most recent adjustment since Mr. Musk paid $44 billion to acquire the microblogging service in November of last year. He had previously stated that starting in April, the For You feed, the first page users see when they open the app, will only recommend content from sponsored accounts.

The ‘Dog’ meme as a logo has sparked a flurry of comments most especially on Twitter.

Mr. Musk backs Dogecoin, a mimic cryptocurrency launched in 2013. He emphasized that SpaceX will soon follow Tesla in accepting Dogecoin as payment for goods.


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Dogecoin’s price increased by around 30%, according to Bloomberg, after its image appeared unexpectedly in the website interface.

Mr. Musk posted tweets that offered a satirical perspective on his decision as more and more users began to inquire as to why the logo had been modified.

One of his tweets depicts the “DOGE” meme’s face driving a car as a police officer purportedly examines a license bearing the “old” bluebird emblem. DOGE tells the cop “That’s an old photo”.

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Reuters reported that Mr. Musk is facing a $258 billion lawsuit alleging he ran a pyramid scheme to fund dogecoin, and Vox highlighted this “important” piece of news that users are pointing to. A few days before the meme was posted on Twitter, the CEO of Twitter’s legal team requested the court to throw out the dogecoin lawsuit.

His tweets have been known to significantly affect the price of Dogecoin, causing it to fluctuate wildly.

Why did Elon Musk change the Twitter logo to DOGE Meme?

Although there is one significant piece of information that people are bringing up, we don’t know why the DOGE logo suddenly appeared at the top of the homepage. Elon Musk is presently the target of a $258 billion lawsuit that claims he engaged in a pyramid scheme to promote dogecoin. Just a few days before dogecoin started to appear on Twitter, Musk’s legal team sought a judge to throw out the lawsuit.

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Musk’s frequent modifications to Twitter are difficult to understand, but one overarching pattern is that the program will be more difficult to use if you don’t start paying the $8 monthly fee for Twitter Blue. Those who tweet will have a lower likelihood of their tweets being viewed, while those who read but do not post on Twitter will see a lot more content from paid accounts, which presently account for just 0.2% of all users.

Elon Musk wants to turn your Twitter feed into a pay-to-play platform. Elon Musk explained after Twitter users expressed their dislike of the new idea that people you follow will also appear in the For You stream, but the primary point remains the same.

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