Logo ‘X” may be twitters next identity
Elon Musk, the billionaire owner of Twitter, announced on Twitter that he wants to change the platform’s logo. He tweeted, “And soon we shall bid adieu to the Twitter brand and, gradually, all the birds.” He also mentioned that the change will go live worldwide the next day if a good enough “X” logo is posted. Musk then posted an image of a flickering “X” as a potential new logo.
twitters new business name X Corp
Under Musk’s ownership, Twitter changed its business name to X Corp, aligning with his vision of creating a “super app” similar to China’s WeChat, offering various services like mobile payments and social media under one umbrella.
The announcement of changing the Twitter logo was met with mixed reactions, as Twitter’s bird logo is considered one of its most recognizable assets. Earlier, Twitter had temporarily replaced its bird logo with Dogecoin’s Shiba Inu dog, which helped drive a surge in the meme coin’s market value.
Musk Is Asking for User’s Suggestion over Name Change
Musk engaged with Twitter users, asking for suggestions for the new logo and later sharing a video of one of the potential designs. He emphasized that the change should have been made a long time ago.
The article also mentions that Twitter had officially changed its name to X Corp in May, reflecting Musk’s ambitious plans for the platform. It also highlights Musk’s vision of turning Twitter into an “X” super app offering various services.
The move to change Twitter’s logo is seen as a significant step under Musk’s leadership, signaling his intent to reshape the platform’s identity and potentially align it more closely with his broader vision for the company. However, it remains to be seen how users will react to the new logo and how it will impact Twitter’s brand and user experience.