Elon Musk’s new Twitter 2.0 is slowly taking shape despite the discussions and decisions made by the new CEO, which caused quite a bit of controversy among users.
After the new CEO announced the new hires on Twitter, he would also have outlined the plans his team would implement over the next few weeks.
At an internal meeting with employees, where he reassured everyone and rejected the hypothesis that led to the new layoffs, the South African entrepreneur said: The social network will facilitate the exchange of money and cryptocurrencies.
“Users will be able to easily send money to anyone on Twitter with a single click. The payments industry will be worth more than everything else on Twitter combined“I want to make the PayPal experience available to the social network to develop a system that will allow users to send and receive money and cryptocurrencies over the social network,” said Musk. It is also unclear which cryptocurrencies will be supported, let alone when this new system will become available.
But as the hours go by, it’s becoming increasingly clear that Musk wants to radically change Twitter by making it much more than a traditional social network.
Source: Every Eye