Twitter Adjustments Emblem To The Dogecoin Image With No Clarification

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Twitter unexpectedly adjustments its iconic blue hen emblem to the Dogecoin cryptocurrency image two days after April Fools’ Day, with none clarification.

Elon Musk’s transfer left Twitter customers questioning in regards to the change, as they seen a low-quality Dogecoin emblem within the higher proper nook of their Twitter accounts on Monday (Apr 03).

When the change occurred, Musk posted a meme on Twitter relating to the emblem replace, with no clarification in any respect.

And it’s been over per week because the change and no clarification has been revealed. So, naturally, this led to a couple theories from Twitter customers.

Some suppose the change to the favored Shiba Inu meme, which impressed the Dogecoin cryptocurrency emblem, was a two-day late April Fools prank.

And a few suppose he’s simply delivering a “promise” he made final yr of shopping for Twitter and altering the emblem to the doge meme.

However some Twitter customers suppose it may be extra than simply an overdue prank. “‘why is there a doge on Twitter’ trigger musk is getting sued for 258 BILLION over crypto profiteering and he desires to bury search outcomes,” one Twitter person wrote.

Information of Musk’s $258 billion lawsuit was additionally reported on Monday, April 03, the identical day because the Twitter emblem change.

The Twitter CEO is revealed to be accused of deliberately inflating the value of Dogecoin to “greater than 36,000 per cent over two years after which letting it crash,” in accordance with The Independent.

Twitter customers slammed Musk for the transfer, however Reuters’ report revealed that the emblem change helped the Dogecoin cryptocurrency “add as a lot as $4 billion to its market worth.”

The Dogecoin cryptocurrency was created by software program engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer in 2013 as a joke. However it’s now the eight greatest cryptocurrency in accordance with information from CoinMarketCap.

Whereas no clarification or announcement was made, Twitter’s emblem change was solely short-term and the enduring blue hen is now again.

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