Elon Musk’s Twitter acquisition brings forth speculation on what new changes may be introduced by Musk for Twitter’s betterment.
Musk had previously announced his war against Twitter spambots while attending a TED conference earlier this month.
Crypto enthusiasts have unearthed an old tweet of Musk that expresses his jaded outlook towards the NFT display pictures.
Elon Musk has officially acquired Twitter, a microblogging website that is set to undergo extreme transformation under Musk’s intended ownership. Musk, who has openly declared to transform Twitter into a space that facilitates free speech, is slated to sustain incremental changes. Let’s take a look at what new changes can Twitter go through once it begins its new evolutionary age.
Musk Wants To Eliminate Twitter Scam Bots
While attending a TED conference, Musk expressed his desire to eliminate rampant scam bots on Twitter adding that they are nothing, but a nuisance to the social media platform.
“If I had a Dogecoin for every crypto scam I saw, we’d have 100 billion Dogecoin. A top priority I would have is eliminating the spam and scam bots and the bot armies that are on Twitter,” Musk said at a TED Talk on Thursday.
Earlier, Musk had also asked his followers to vote whether or not they would like to have an edit feature on Twitter, which may enable them an option to re-edit their tweets.
In addition to this, the Tesla chief may also spearhead changes in the content moderation policy of Twitter. In a press release statement issued by Twitter, Musk had shared opinions on how he wants Twitter to unlock its full potential.
“I also want to make Twitter better than ever by enhancing the product with new features, making the algorithms open source to increase trust, defeating the spambots, and authenticating all humans. Twitter has tremendous potential – I look forward to working with the company and the community of users to unlock it.” Musk further stated
Musk’s Take On NFT Display Pictures
Now that Twitter is officially owned by Musk, crypto enthusiasts have unearthed an old tweet of Musk that expresses his jaded outlook towards the NFT display pictures.
In his tweet, Musk has referred to the newly launched Twitter Blue NFT display picture integration as “annoying,” which has led crypto Twitter users to go into a frenzy thinking that the feature may be discontinued from the microblogging platform.
However, these changes are mere speculation and are yet to be announced officially. Moreover, the Tesla chief is set to focus on the preliminary functions of Twitter, laying more stress on the tenets of free speech which was the original agenda why Musk bought Twitter in the first place.