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Elon Musk: Twitter will do a lot of stupid things in the coming months

Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk asked his followers to prepare for ‘a lot of nonsense’ [the] on his newly acquired social media platform.

Tesla CEO, who is currently the sole director of Twitter, has already made a series of changes to the platform since taking over the company on October 27, and has vowed to continue the work over the next few months. says so.

“Be aware that Twitter will do a lot of silly things in the coming months. We will keep what works and change what doesn’t,” he posted on Twitter on Nov. 9. .

Since taking over Twitter, Musk has already implemented several changes to the platform, including an $8/month subscription model that launched on November 9th. This allows the user to get a verified blue checkmark. This will give tweets and replies higher priority than unverified users and features. Less ads.

Other changes to the platform include: impersonation Temporary without specifying “parody” loss While the name change was ticked as verified when it happened and its community-based misinformation project was rebranded from Birdwatch to Community Notes, some users shopping platform tab.

During a Twitter Spaces Q&A session on November 9, Musk was asked what he thought of Twitter ads, and after replying, “We’re terrible at relevance,” he added:

“One way to address this is to integrate advertising into your suggested Tweets.”

Musk too was suggested In a Nov. 9 tweet, the “official” label will be discontinued in front of Twitter employees after the start of Twitter blue. clarified Formal labels will only be granted to government and commercial entities at this stage and will be added later Tweet:

“Twitter no longer has sacred cows. Elon is happy to try many things, many fail and some succeed. To ensure that, it’s about finding the right mix of changes that will work.”

Musk also suggested changes such as adding long Text to Tweets, improved seek function, formation content moderation council Vinehopes to add paid direct messages to allow users to send private messages to high-profile users, eventually turning the app into an “all app”.

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We also know that the company has filed registration papers with the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), which allows it to process payments.

In a Twitter Spaces Q&A, Musk outlined his vision of allowing Twitter to associate a user’s bank account with their profile before considering facilitating other types of money transfers and incorporating debit cards.

Once the Twitter acquisition transaction was completed, Musk also made changes to the company, including firing senior management, eliminating the board of directors, taking the company private, and laying off 50% of the company’s workforce.