Elon Musk says he may change Twitter’s blue chook brand by Monday – as he pushes forward with plans to rebrand the social community as X.
In a collection of posts on his account, the billionaire mentioned he deliberate to “bid adieu” to the Twitter model and “regularly, all of the birds”.
The Tesla and SpaceX boss additionally shared a picture of him making an X signal together with his palms, and a brief promotional video of a flashing X brand.
Will probably be Mr Musk’s most important change to the social media web site since he bought the platform for $44bn (£38bn) in October last year.
However the change has been a very long time coming from the entrepreneur, who touted his plans for launching “X, the everything app” even before purchasing Twitter.
His concept is to mix messaging, social media, funds and an absence of reliance on advert income, into one tremendous app, just like the Chinese language WeChat.
Teasing the launch of X in a collection of posts on Twitter, he wrote: “And shortly we will bid adieu to the twitter model and, regularly, all of the birds.
“If a ok X brand is posted tonight, we’ll make go dwell worldwide tomorrow.”
He then shared an image of a black and white model of Twitter’s chook brand – as soon as named “Larry T Chicken” by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone – with the remark: “Like this, however X.”
An hour later, Mr Musk shared a brief video of an X brand.
What needs fixing on Twitter rival Threads?
Mr Musk’s transfer to vary Twitter’s brand to X comes as Twitter faces competitors from Meta’s new app, Threads, which was launched earlier this month.
Twitter responded by threatening to sue its rival tech firm – the proprietor of Fb and Instagram – over alleged copyright breaches.
Mr Musk additionally just lately launched his long-awaited synthetic intelligence start-up xAI in a bid to construct a substitute for ChatGPT.