Earlier this year, Twitter launched a new feature that allowed users to advise other users. This was like a way for readers to thank the post or to show their support. It also provided an opportunity for users to create their own Twitter account. Now it looks like Twitter is launching a way for users to connect via bitcoin.
When Twitter Tip Jar was first launched, the platform allowed users to use Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal, and Venmo. However, according to the latest beta updates, there are rules that Twitter is working to establish a segment that would allow users to use bitcoin. This shouldn’t be surprising though.
Back in July, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told investors that bitcoin would be a priority for the company and that it would announce its Tip Jar, based on a recent brand, apparently already in operation. So far it seems to be in iOS beta only, but we think it should go back to Android.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post, but the rules also show that Twitter will provide users with training on how to use bitcoin funds, as well as the use of the Bitcoin Lightning Network and its storage and non-storage wallets.