Twitter has Created Team to Build Decentralized Social Media
Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter, is always keen to have an excuse or a focused approach towards working with decentralized technology and blockchain platforms. His support and interest in Bitcoin are one of a kind. He has said several times that if he was not busy handling operations at Twitter, then he would most definitely be working with Bitcoin full time. But that shouldn’t stop Jack Dorsey from building decentralized social media. A new unit has been formulated by the name of Twitter crypto, which will be exploring different ways and ideas using which the company can move on with this ever-growing interest in decentralized apps and platforms.
Twitter wants to be a part of this decentralized revolution, and that is why this unit will be working tirelessly to bring forth applicable scenarios or a spot that can be filled in this emerging and ever near blockchain revolution. The former vice president of engineering at Interchain GmbH, Tess Rinearson, will be leading the unit. In various previous reforms, the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has said that cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin, will become an integral part of Twitter and its growth when it happens.
Twitter Wants to Incorporate Blockchain Technology into the Platform
Tess has previously worked with many companies regarding blockchain technology and the development of multiple decentralized apps and for developing blockchain-related ecosystems as everything and more is present on her LinkedIn profile. She definitely has the knowledge and capability to help Twitter take on this transition and complete it in the way intended. She said in a Twitter post that Twitter is definitely a social media platform that truly gets crypto and the idea of decentralization along with its passing units that are non-fungible tokens, but there is literally too much to explore here.
The future of decentralization at Twitter not only seems bright, but the way this new project is being led and charged on will become a truly significant project in the crypto space. Given the current adoption rates and overall craze that people have for crypto, it is entirely possible that other social media platforms will come on board to explore this transition of adopting blockchain technology. But that doesn’t seem to be the case as Twitter is currently exploring this opportunity and is way ahead of every other social media platform out there.