Twitter will introduce its native asset “Twitter Coin” for payments and tipping?
According to Nima Owji, who runs an app-focused information leak account on Twitter, Twitter is considering launching its own coin called “Twitter Coin” to be used for payments and tips on the platform.
Let’s take a closer look at Twitter Coin! pic.twitter.com/ApryXh80tj
— Nima Owji (@nima_owji) December 3, 2022
Rumors of a new native ‘Twitter Coin’ emerge while Dogecoiners remain hopeful
Accordingly, on December 4, he posted a screenshot of what appears to be a prototype Twitter interface showing a “Coins” option for tipping, along with a vector image showing a coin with Twitter’s logo.
Others have cited tweets from IT researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who claimed to have used code to extract information from a particular version of Twitter’s web app. However, both the post and Wong’s account have since been deleted for reasons that are now unknown.
— 🎄Pythadoge🎅 (@pythadoge) December 5, 2022
There is still some optimism that Twitter Coin is simply a fictitious moniker for Dogecoin, especially in light of Musk’s long history with meme coins. Members of the Dogecoin community that has gone big on Twitter and Reddit have also attempted to connect the dots. The community is thrilled since Musk implied that he is still interested in integrating cryptocurrency with Twitter during a lecture on Twitter Spaces on December 4.
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