Elon Musk unveils Twitter's new logo - X, replacing iconic blue birdie
Musk has also changed the display picture on his profile to the X logo. Read further on Dynamite News:
San Francisco (US): Twitter on Monday changed its logo from the familiar blue bird symbol to the very anticipated 'X'. Elon Musk and Twitter Chief Executive Officer Linda Yaccarino unveiled a logo for the social media platform on Monday that featured a white "X" on a black background.
Musk shared the logo on his own Twitter handle, which also now features an 'X' along with the blue tick.
Musk has also changed the display picture on his profile to the X logo. The photo was the way of the world's richest man to announce that "X is live".
"He was actually serious. Now I see why rich people buy already established companies instead of starting a new one," commented one user.
Founded in 2006, Twitter takes its name from a play on the sound of birds chattering, and it has used avian branding since its early days, when the company bought a stock symbol of a light blue bird for $15, according to the design website Creative Bloq. (with Agency inputs)