Elon Musk names new social site amid Twitter controversy
X.Com wrote on the questions of social media users
This site was named last week
Washington. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has always been tweeting in such a way that users keep scratching their heads. Indeed, in the midst of Twitter’s legal battle, Musk has told his fans on Twitter that his potential social media site.
On Tuesday, a social media user asked Musk in the comments section, “Have you thought of creating a new social media platform for yourself?” Then he wrote X.Com in response and left. The startup domain X.Com, founded by Musk two decades ago, was later merged with financial company PayPal.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 10 August 2022
In the meeting, the account was X.Com
During Tesla’s shareholder meeting last week, he said X Corporation (X.Com) may be back and that I now have a broader vision for it. It can certainly be restarted.
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Tags: Elon Musk, Tesla, Twitter, Twitter controversy
First Published: August 12, 2022, 15:31 IST