Blue Bird On Web Shooed Away; Doge To Tweet Going Forward

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Blue Bird On Web Shooed Away; Doge To Tweet Going Forward

| Updated: April 4, 2023 10:23

A day after Elon Musk sought the dismissal of a $258 billion racketeering lawsuit that accused him of intentionally inflating Dogecoin’s value, Twitter’s iconic blue bird on its home button was replaced with a Shiba Inu logo associated with the cryptocurrency. 

In a nod to the update, Twitter CEO Musk on Monday shared a post that showed the face of the Doge meme riding a car while a police officer supposedly checks the driving license which displays the ‘old’ blue bird logo. 

Twitter CEO Elon Musk is back with new updates for the micro-blogging site, and this time he has changed the iconic blue bird logo — which has been the home button on the web version — with the “doge” meme of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency. 

Twitter users noticed the “doge” meme, which is part of the logo of the Dogecoin blockchain and cryptocurrency and was created as a joke in 2013, on the web version of Twitter on Monday.

Notably, there was no change on Twitter’s mobile app. 

The doge image (of a Shiba Inu) is well-known as the logo of the Dogecoin blockchain and cryptocurrency, which was created as a joke in 2013 — to mock other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. 

Twitter’s CEO also shared the screenshot of the March 26, 2022, conversation between him and the anonymous account where the latter was asking to change the bird logo to “doge.” Sharing this post on Twitter, Musk wrote, “As promised.” 

Musk, who bought Twitter last fall in a USD 44 billion deal, is a well-known fan of the Doge meme and has promoted Dogecoin both on Twitter and during his appearance last year hosting “Saturday Night Live.” After the change to Twitter’s web logo Monday, the value of Dogecoin rose more than 20 per cent. 

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