The social media platforms of tomorrow need to be in line with the guiding principles of Web3. Here's why.
The platform offers many hints and one surefire way to suss out impersonators.
Twitter has been a bit of a mess since billionaire Tesla chief executive officer Elon Musk took the helm, cutting the company’s workforce in half, upending the platform’s verification system, sparring with users over jokes and acknowledging that “dumb things” might happen as he reshapes one of the world’s most high-profile information ecosystems.
Sure, Twitter is unraveling further and further by the second. But until it really, actually dies, we've got some good posts about it dying.
Twitter has now seemingly abandoned its $8 per month Twitter Blue subscription, and also revived the "official" tag that Elon Musk created, then killed within hours.
There’s more than one way to sink a social network.
The heaviest tweeters, vital to its business, have been in "absolute decline" since the pandemic began, an internal researcher wrote. It underscores a challenge for Elon Musk.