Twitter has decided to embrace a meme that gained popularity in 2013. It has replaced its blue bird icon with the meme of Dogecoin.
Hey everyone, have you seen Twitter's new homepage icon? It's the Doge meme! Yes, you read that right - a social media platform that has been around for over a decade has decided to embrace a meme that gained popularity in 2013.
Some speculate that this move could be Elon Musk's belated April Fools' joke, or perhaps it signifies something more significant. It's worth noting that Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency based on the Doge meme, has been gaining traction recently despite its somewhat satirical origins. Elon Musk, who has been a vocal supporter of Dogecoin, is even facing a $258 million lawsuit that alleges he ran a pyramid scheme to promote it.
His lawyers have claimed that his tweets about Dogecoin were just jokes, but it's clear that they have had an impact on its price. The decision to use the Doge meme as Twitter's homepage icon is certainly an interesting one.
Some might argue that it's a way for the platform to appeal to a younger demographic or show that they don't take themselves too seriously. Others might see it as a sign of the platform's decline or a lack of professionalism.
Regardless of your opinion, it's clear that social media and meme culture are becoming more intertwined by the day. What do you think of Twitter's new icon? Let us know in the comments below. And as always, stay tuned for more tech news and updates.
With a mixture of literature, cinema, and photography, Manish is mostly traveling. When he is not, he is probably writing another tech news for you!
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