Twitter Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Elon Musk has often made headlines for bringing new policies and changes to the micro-blogging site since taking over in October last year. Continuing with this, the 51-year-old billionaire yet again brought a new update to Twitter, and this time he changed the iconic 'blue bird' logo with the "doge" meme of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency. The 'doge' meme features the face of a Shiba Inu.
Notably, the 'blue bird' logo has served as a home button on the web version. On Monday, Twitter users noticed the "doge" meme, which is an element of the Dogecoin blockchain and cryptocurrency logo and was made as a joke in 2013.
Musk also shared a hilarious post on his account wherein the 'doge' meme in the car and telling the police officer, who appears to be seeing his driving license, that his photo has been changed.
Notably, there was no change on Twitter's mobile app. It is pertinent to mention that the doge image (of a Shiba Inu) is well-known as the logo of the Dogecoin blockchain and cryptocurrency, which was created as a joke in 2013 -- to mock other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, ANI reported citing Variety.
Further, Twitter's CEO also shared the screenshot of a conversation between him and the anonymous account where the latter was asking to change the bird logo to "doge." Sharing this post on Twitter, Musk wrote, "As promised." The said discussion took place on March 26, 2022.