Tesla boss Elon Musk is known for his tweets on the social media platform Twitter. The 50-year-old not only posts memes or announces his endorsement of certain dog tokens, he also apparently does intensive market research.
However, anyone who believes that Musk shoots everything into the atmosphere of Twitter unfiltered as some tweets may seem, is wrong. Since 2018, the Tesla boss has been at odds with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, which sued the electric carmaker based on a statement on Twitter. The reason for this was a tweet that, according to the SEC, had caused a sharp increase in the value of Tesla shares; the key word was: market manipulation. Now Musk’s tweets have to be reviewed by lawyers beforehand.
Lately, though, it seems like Musk has also discovered the polls feature on his favorite platform. Latest asked his followerswhether Twitter will strictly adhere to the principles of freedom of expression. More than 70 percent of the survey participants denied this.
on a Twitter user’s questionWhen asked if the Tesla boss is really considering developing a new social media platform, Musk replied: “I’m seriously considering it.”
“Bitcoin is freedom”
And that in numerous areas, thus the maximum. So what would a Musk-style Twitter 2.0 look like? In any case, the self-proclaimed “DoGFather” does not hide the fact that he is a huge fan of cryptocurrencies.
Part of Bitcoin’s core value proposition is its resistance to censorship. As a proponent of digital currencies and the idea of open source, therefore, it might be a no-brainer that an alternative Musk Twitter would also highlight the crypto scene.
Even former US President Donald Trump has joined a new social media platform called truth Attempts. Deceptively real like the original, however, the truths are posted on Trump’s platform instead of tweets. So far, however, the so-called truth platform has not been successful: Especially representatives of the far-right camp are said to be cavorting online, reports Deutsche Welle.
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