Twitter is now ‘X’ announced by Elon Musk


Twitter has undergone a significant rebranding initiative, changing its iconic bluebird logo to the letter “X.” This change comes after it was acquired by Elon Musk last year for a staggering $44 billion, marking the most significant transformation since the acquisition.

On Sunday, Musk posted a brief sparkling video of “X,” and later, during a Twitter Space audio chat, when asked if the logo would change, he replied with a simple “yes.”

Following Elon Musk’s request for logo submissions from the public, Twitter promptly changed its logo. They even stated that if an impressive “X” logo is posted today, they will roll it out globally tomorrow. In response to this, Musk pinned a tweet featuring a video created by a Twitter user named Soyar Merit and changed his profile photo to the new “X” logo.

Twitter recently locked some of its most popular features behind a paywall, encouraging more users to subscribe to their premium Blue subscription. With this rebranding overhaul, the company can bring in more users to subscribe to the subscription bandwagon and make further changes to the platform. Musk’s Twitter is facing stiff competition from the meta-thread, which has millions of users on platforms like Twitter.

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