The media reported on the development of a cryptocurrency wallet from Twitter

The media reported on the development of a cryptocurrency wallet from Twitter

A cryptocurrency wallet from social network Twitter is in development, Bitcoinist writes, citing a report from software developer Jane Manchun Wong.


"Twitter is working on a 'prototype wallet' that supports cryptocurrency deposit and withdrawal," Wong wrote.

There is no official acknowledgement from the Social Network at this time. At the same time, there are no other details about the social network's possible developments.

In June, billionaire Elon Musk argued for greater integration of payments on Twitter, including cryptocurrency payments. Musk spoke about this at a meeting with the company's employees. In April, he entered into an agreement to acquire the social network. In early October, the billionaire returned to the deal.

Currently, Twitter supports cryptocurrency donations in Ethereum and bitcoins and allows you to put NFT on your profile photo.

Late last year, the social network announced a team to work on cryptocurrencies, blockchain and decentralized applications.

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