In the latest episode of throwing everything at the wall and seeing what sticks, Elon Musk's Twitter is reportedly working on becoming a payments platform. According to the Financial Times, which cites people familiar with the company's plans, Musk wants Twitter's users to be able to buy stuff on Twitter, but also to send money to each other. Despite Musk's self-professed love of cryptocurrency, the system will primarily be based on fiat payments, though crypto functionality could be added at a...
According to Elon Musk, Twitter is now sharing ad revenue with users who pay for Twitter Blue. "Starting today, Twitter will share ad revenue with You'd think an announcement like this would be followed up by even the slightest scrap of information about how it's going to work, but nope! We have no idea if this policy is fully functional and rolled out or if the idea of it is just something Musk decided to tweet.
Twitter has taken further steps towards allowing payments on its platform. The company is reportedly seeking regulatory licenses across the United States and is working on developing the necessary software for the feature. The rollout of the platform’s upcoming payments system is reportedly being led by Twitter Director of Product Management Esther Crawford. She is
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