After imposing restrictions on the social network 'Twitter', which he owns, Elon Musk tweeted a series of tweets this morning, announcing that he plans to change the familiar branding of the social network. "Soon, we'll say goodbye to the Twitter brand and gradually to all the birds," wrote Musk.
At first, Musk tweeted, "Paint it black," indicating the color of the new branding. Furthermore, he also posted a short video in which the familiar blue bird appears to flicker and transform into the letter X logo, providing another hint at the future of the social network.
In the past, Musk expressed readiness to create an application that would offer users a variety of different services, such as messaging, food or ride ordering, online shopping, and more. The acquisition of 'Twitter' at the time was Musk's first step towards creating the 'Super App' under the parent company called X.
"If a good enough X logo is uploaded to the network tonight, we will roll it out worldwide tomorrow," wrote Musk, and in another tweet, he posted the familiar bird with a black background and wrote, "Just X like that."