- Bitcoin became another hashtag who got its very own emoji on Twitter alongside words like me too.
- Bitcoin emoji in your tweet, you type the words “#Bitcoin,” and the emoji will automatically appear next to the hashtag.
- A Twitter user tried using this new feature, and the all too exciting Bitcoin emoji did not appear alongside the hashtag.
Today, February 2nd, 2020, Twitter gave a cool gift to Bitcoin lovers. From now onwards, the Bitcoin hashtag on Twitter will get a Bitcoin emoji to go alongside. The process of getting this new Bitcoin emoji is pretty simple and straightforward.
To put the Bitcoin emoji in your tweet, you type the words “#Bitcoin,” and the emoji will automatically appear next to the hashtag. For some people, this new update wouldn’t make much difference.
Many users would remain oblivious to this Bitcoin emoji, but the Bitcoin community over the social networking website has gone crazy over this emoji.
People who are fans of Bitcoins have been reacting to this new update with lots of enthusiasm. Yes, these people love this little additional detail to the Bitcoin hashtag. Some are claiming that it’s a revolution and encouraging people to tweet with Bitcoin hashtag to show that they are a part of this “revolution.”
However, a twitter user tried using this new feature, and the all too exciting Bitcoin emoji did not appear alongside the hashtag. Rhythm wrote, “#bitcoin, that’s it. That’s the tweet.” It might be a bug, but the enthusiasm of the twitter user doesn’t seem to diminish.
Bitcoin became another hashtag who got its very own emoji on Twitter alongside words like me too. It has made clear whose idea it was to add this emoji. However, it is a well-known fact that the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has been a supporter of Bitcoins for a long time.
He claimed in one of his podcasts that Bitcoins are undoubtedly the front-runner when it comes to becoming the currency of the World Wide Web. It might be true that Jack Dorsey’s love for this cryptocurrency is the reason why Twitter introduced this new emoji.
However, one cannot be sure until an official report comes naming the person behind this idea. In the end, Bitcoin supporters rejoiced on seeing this new emoji on Twitter.
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