The creation of a Bitcoin Emoji on Twitter today has increased the largest cryptocurrency’s social media awareness. The social media’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, and other influential community members are also sharing the “#Bitcoin” trend that has ultimately transcended the online space.
Bitcoin Emoji Inspires Bitcoin Hashtag
Earlier today, the popular social media platform, Twitter, introduced a new Bitcoin emoji. Naturally, the whole cryptocurrency community reacted with overexcitement by sharing the new unique hashtag “#Bitcoin.”
Many prominent cryptocurrency influencers quickly joined the #Bitcoin Twitter trending party. Some of those names include the Founder and CEO of TRON, Justin Sun, the CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, and the famous Bitcoin proponent – Anthony “Pomp” Popliano.
Some others even implied for more significant consequences that may come from this apparent adoption. In their opinion, this trend could trigger a massive Bitcoin Bull Market. Indeed, receiving its own emoji on a widely-used social media platform is a positive step towards gaining more awareness.
Twitter Embraces Bitcoin
Interestingly enough, Twitter is usually charging brands and corporates more than $1 million for creating unique emoji such as Bitcoin’s, or a “Hashflag,” as the official Twitter’s terminology for such an emoji. Maybe because there is no parent company or anyone who will cover such a fee, Bitcoin won it free of charge.
The love of the CEO could also explain this. Twitter’s CEO, Jack Dorsey, was proud to share the emoji as well. Furthermore, he has changed his own Twitter profile description to “#bitcoin,” which could also be regarded as a significant endorsement for the largest cryptocurrency. This was not the first time that Dorsey embraces Bitcoin and its technology, as he is known to be an enthusiast of the cryptocurrency.
Twitter might be the most supportive giant social media platform in terms of Bitcoin and digital assets. On the other side, stand the Google-owned video-sharing platform YouTube, which recently removed cryptocurrency-related content and blocked some influencers. Back in 2018, its parent company and Facebook issued bans on advertisements from the crypto sector.