Elon Musk forewarned Twitter users that things would change, but the blue bird fans were unprepared for what lay ahead. The Doge took the position of the standard Twitter logo on Monday, April 3.
We still don’t know if Elon Musk is attempting to advance Twitter after the introduction of Twitter Blue and verified accounts, or if it was just a late April Fool’s joke.
A cryptocurrency called Dogecoin is based on the Shiba Inu dog-shaped online meme of the same name. It was made in 2013 as a joke, but with the help of celebrities, influencers, and online communities, it has grown in fame and worth. Dogecoin is primarily used for online shopping, charity giving, and tipping on social media sites. Its glyph is, and its acronym is DOGE.
The shares of Dogecoin have significantly increased as a result of this shift. Although Elon Musk has not yet provided an explanation for the abrupt shift, he has previously supported cryptocurrencies, so it is still too early to rule out some kind of partnership.