Elon Musk Unveils Twitter’s Transformation into ‘X’ with a Futuristic Vision

Elon Musk has brought a significant change to Twitter’s work and now he is to change the logo and brand name of the microblogging website. The brand name will be known as X which has been in his mind even before he acquired Twitter. Musk even asked for the new X logo from the user in a tweet by writing “If a good enough X logo is posted tonight, we’ll make go live worldwide tomorrow”. And today he posted a teaser of the new X logo in a video.

And recently when Musk was asked on Twitter “Will Twitter be run off the x.com domain”, he responded with “Of course”. This means as soon as Twitter will be rebranded to X, it will move to the x.com domain. This domain was registered by Musk in 1999 which became PayPal after its fusion with Peter Thiel and Max Levchin’s Confinity. Musk reacquired the domain from PayPal in 2007 for an undisclosed sum. Earlier X.com was supposed to be all things financial at that time. It seems Musk wants X to be an image of science, the future, tech, and almost everything that he can use to serve mankind.

There is a high chance that Twitter which will soon be known as X will be no different from apps like WeChat which allows an array of functions to be performed including chat, payment, sharing files, etc. And a man with extraordinary and futuristic thoughts can have other thoughts also about it.

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