Since taking over as CEO of Twitter in October of last year, Elon Musk has frequently made headlines for implementing new regulations and adjustments to the microblogging platform. As he continued, the 51-year-old tycoon updated Twitter once more, replacing the recognisable “blue bird” logo with the “doge” meme from the Dogecoin cryptocurrency. The Shiba Inu dog’s visage can be seen in the “doge” meme.
Notably, the online version’s home icon is the “bluebird” logo. The “doge” meme, which is a component of the Dogecoin blockchain and cryptocurrency emblem and was created as a joke in 2013, was picked up on by Twitter users on Monday.
Since taking over the social media juggernaut last October, Elon Musk has made a number of changes. Twitter recently disclosed that, starting on April 1, the company will discontinue its previous verified program, forcing users to spend $8 per month to obtain the coveted blue checkmarks.
What happened to the price of dogecoin?
After Twitter adopted the mascot of the cryptocurrency as their emblem on Monday, the price of Dogecoin increased by up to 20%. The meme coin’s price has risen to $0.092, which is the best it has been in over a month. The price increased by over 25.49 per cent on Tuesday morning, reaching Rs 8.2143 in the most recent transaction.