American billionaire Elon Musk changed the logo of the micro-blogging site “Twitter” from a bird to a dog in the virtual world, but he did something even stranger in the real world.
Elon Musk draws a “W” in the word “Twitter” on a sign outside the company’s headquarters in San Francisco, California.
On Monday, Musk posted an image of the logo for the site’s name on his official Twitter account.
The owner of the property where Twitter’s offices are located said the site must legally retain its official name, “Twitter,” so the “W” cannot be removed.
He added that, according to “Sky News”, the problem was solved because the letter was painted in the background color of the sign, i.e. white.
Musk had previously removed the letter from the site’s name so that it read as a tweet, but the behavior brought harsh criticism from the pioneers of the communication sites, who described it as “childish”.
However, it seemed the criticism didn’t stop with the virtual world, as the owner of the property insisted on keeping the name. It lasted two days before Musk backed off.
A few days ago, Elon Musk changed the famous “Twitter” logo, which is a bird, dog logo, especially the digital currency Doge Coin logo, which Musk likes.
The decision boosted the value of the digital currency by around $4 billion. Later, Musk reversed the decision to return the Bluebird to its place.