Elon Musk reveals how Twitter will improve if its bid is successful


Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Spacex, has revealed how he intends to improve Twitter if his bid to buy the social media giant is successful, according to bitcoin.com

Musk said in a tweet that he would focus on solving “real problems.” The tweet specifically mentions that it will make the Twitter algorithm open source, eliminate scam robots, adhere to free speech and simplify the account verification process.

The head of Tesla addressed each of these improvements in more detail.

Earlier this month, the head of Tesla said that in his opinion, crypto spam bots are “the most annoying problem on Twitter”, but “if our auction on Twitter succeeds, we will defeat the spam bots” and added that he will “Also authenticate all real people.”

He also discussed in detail the functionality of editing tweets this month, in addition to conducting a poll asking his Twitter fans if they want an edit button. There were over 4.4 million votes, and 73.6% said they wanted it.

Freedom of speech is another important goal for Musk. He started questioning his Twitter fans in March about the fact that his priority is a social media platform that prioritizes freedom of expression. “Given that Twitter serves as the city’s de facto public marketplace, non-compliance with the principles of free speech fundamentally undermines democracy. What should be done? “Musk asked at the time.

In addition, Musk also suggested making dogecoin (DOGE) a payment option for the blue Twitter service. He was a supporter of the meme cryptocurrency. Musk believes that dogecoin is human cryptography and is best suited for transactions. His electric car company, Tesla, is currently accepting DOGE for some goods.

Tesla CEO acquired a 9.2% stake in Twitter Inc. earlier this month. Promising to make “significant improvements” to Twitter, he was to join the social media giant’s board, but later decided not to. Musk continued to offer to buy 100% of Twitter for $ 54.20 per month. In accordance with its statement to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), however, Twitter responded by adopting a plan of limited shareholder rights, often referred to as the “poisoned pill”. This week, Musk said he raised $ 46.5 billion to fund his bid to buy Twitter and privatize the company.

(source: AFP)


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