Everything about Elon Musk Twitter Planning

Everything about Elon Musk Twitter Planning

Since announcing his intention to take over Twitter in a $44 billion deal, Elon Musk has had plenty of time to elaborate on his ideas for transforming the platform.

Cracking down on spam, increasing premium users, and adding payment functions.

He’s continued to discuss his intentions for Twitter, telling fellow tech big-wigs on the All-In podcast there was potential for the platform to become a WeChat-style ‘super app’.

Twitter’s prospective new owner has repeatedly underscored the need for what he calls a “digital town square”.

If all these grand ideas come to fruition—and the deal itself is done—what could the Twitter of Elon Musk look like?

Musk suggests that the company’s estimate that only 5% of its daily active users are bots is too low.

Twitter Blue, which costs $3 a month, was introduced last year as the platform’s first-ever subscription offering.

As for the fate of former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s efforts to "develop an open and decentralized standard for social media", this project is not set to be affected by Musk’s Twitter takeover.