Twitter Introduces Bitcoin Emoji Tag – Details

Twitter Introduces Bitcoin Emoji Ta

Twitter Introduces Bitcoin Emoji Ta

Today, Twitter bequeathed on us a gift: the Bitcoin hashtag now has its own emoji. To use the emoji, all you need to do it enter the hashtag of “Bitcoin,” and the emoji will magically appear on your screen.

While this isn’t a case of crypto mass adoption per se, the community has gone mad over this small nod to Bitcoin by Twitter. So from the looks of it, this is Dorsey acknowledging his love for Bitcoin through a simple emoji.

It is on record the Twitter founder has been a lover of Bitcoin as he even professed this when he came to my country, Nigeria. The tech giant said Africa is the hub for crypto development and has been projecting Bitcoin directly and indirectly ever since then.

This move of adopting an Emoji for Bitcoin has also gone a long way to prove his love for not just Bitcoin but other cryptocurrencies Probably.

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