On Monday, social media began buzzing about how Twitter replaced their usual bluebird logo with the cartoon image of Doge. At the same time, the value of Dogecoin (a type of digital money) went up by 23% in terms of US dollars.
Twitter’s Surprising Logo Change
Twitter recently changed their logo to a picture of Doge, the famous Shiba Inu. People on Twitter are talking about this surprise change, asking questions like “Do you see the new logo too?”. This follows Elon Musk’s plea to a court to drop a one billion dollar lawsuit and says that tweeting support for Dogecoin is legal.
After the logo was changed, dogecoin (DOGE) gained a lot of value! On Monday, April 3 at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time, it was worth 23.7% more than the U.S. dollar.
Twitter is changing the logo of its blue checkmark verification, and now you may have to pay a fee if you want it. The blue bird logo used to be called “Larry T Bird” as a tribute to basketball legend Larry Bird. Nobody knew that Twitter was going to change their logo until recently, and people think Elon Musk had something to do with this because he really loves the Shiba Inu meme.
Dogecoin (DOGE) is a type of cryptocurrency, which is the eighth most popular by value. On Monday, DOGE increased in price by over 23%, with its highest value being $0.1011 per unit and it had a total trading volume worth $1.22 billion around the world.
So far this year, the value of DOGE has gone down by 28%, but over the last two weeks it’s grown by 30%. A person on Twitter recently said “The DOGE logo is showing up whenever you log in.” He/She asked what Elon Musk was trying to say and how long will it stay there?
Elon Musk made a joke about Twitter changing its logo to the Doge. He shared a meme that was liked by over 175,000 people and was retweeted more than 22,000 times. Last year he posted an image of someone asking him to change the bird logo to Doge, and he replied back saying “Haha that would be sick”. What do you think of this decision? Tell us in the comments below!