Tags #BTC and #bitcoin now unfold the logo of the criptomoneda in the tweets.Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, is recognized as a enthusiast of bitcoin.From this weekend, the letter “B” in orange colour which is already a feature image of bitcoin, says this on Twitter. The own CEO of the social network, Jack Dorsey, issued a message with the hashtag #Bitcoin. So, he gave way to the use of the aforementioned label, which now displays the logo of bitcoin on the social platform.In his message, Dorsey was limited to placing the referred label with the logo and a mention of Unicode. This last is a standard that assigns glyphs to certain characters, such as occurs in the chats social with facial expressions. For example, when you type the sequence “:-)”, in the different chats, it displays the emoji smiley 😀.So soon, the deployment of the symbol of bitcoin on Twitter will happen automatically when you type the hashtags #TBT or #bitcoin. In the compact message Jack Dorsey, is the automatic effect of the deployment of the image of the pictogram of bitcoin next to the hashtag #bitcoin when typing. The mention of that makes Dorsey @Unicode is a request to display the pictogram of bitcoin each time you are deployed these tags. called users of the social network of enthusiasts of bitcoin have been quick to make use of the new feature. So much so, that have generated over 74,000 messages that include that label until the time of drafting this note.Some of the messages have simply the purpose of celebrating the inclusion of the emoji on the social platform as a new breakthrough in the global visibility of the criptomoneda. This feature, say users of the network, has been highly anticipated.Others, have used the occasion to argue his view on the superiority of bitcoin with respect to other cryptocurrencies ecosystem, with less visibility. “There is No ‘cryptocurrencies’, there’s bitcoin”, wrote for example the user @PresidentBross.In addition to the aforementioned label, the abbreviation of the name of the criptomoneda, BTC, also includes the logo when it is written as a tag in Twitter.Among the messages with the hashtag #Bitcoin, there are those who remembered the first mention of the criptomoneda on that social network, over 11 years ago, when Hal Finney, one of the precursors, published “running bitcoin”.
I’m sure @halfin would be proud. I was the first person to mention #bitcoin on Twitter – and now 11 years later it even have it’s own emoji natively 🔥 RIP Hal pic.twitter.com/plLQWuUABE— Bitcoin Meme Hub 🔞 (@BitcoinMemeHub) February 2, 2020
The tweeters have been given the label this weekend uses very varied very varied. Among other types of publications, there are cases in which simply posted the name of the criptomoneda, without any tag or additional comment.There are accounts that have taken advantage of the wave to gain visibility by making drawings of fractions of a BTC or portfolios cold. Meanwhile, there are users who simply have decided to issue the reminder that bitcoin is a reality or assess a prosperous future for the criptomoneda in the market.
Jack Dorsey, recognized for openly support bitcoin
The CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, is already recognized in the ecosystem of the cryptocurrencies as a believer of the potential of bitcoin. On the one hand, has considered that BTC is becoming the equivalent of a national currency of the internet, if we consider this last as a kind of “nation-State pop-up”.In addition, he has rejected his support for the project Pound of Facebook, considering that its nature centralized contradicts what bitcoin represents, and he even stated that it has no intention of creating a criptomoneda for Twitter.“I believe that bitcoin is the best bet because it has been the most resistant, has been around for 10 years, has a great brand and has been tested a lot,” said Dorsey in September of 2019.