Twitter logo replaced with Dogecoin Doge
Another day, another change. Twitter has swapped its familiar bird logo to an image of Doge — the dog logo of cryptocurrency Dogecoin, which Twitter CEO Elon Musk has been an outspoken supporter of on Twitter.
On Friday, Musk asked a U.S. judge to disregard a $258 billion racketeering lawsuit accusing him of running a pyramid scheme to support the Dogecoin, with the change in logo likely a move to frustrate those behind the lawsuit who’s legal claims include Musk’s “innocuous and often silly tweets” about Dogecoin.
The new Doge logo is likely temporary, although many users have grown tired of the constant, often silly, changes to the platform, including a change made earlier today that has made it even harder to differentiate genuine blue verification badges from paid ones, with Twitter now changing how it describes blue badges, stripping the verification system of all of its previous meaning.
Elons heads gone. https://t.co/VCVbGF3vZK
— Adam Hope ???? (@Hop3y) April 3, 2023
The new Doge Twitter logo is shown on the Twitter web experience, causing #Doge to trend on the platform, and the value of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency to rise.