Twitter boss Dorsey launches Bitcoin Emoji

It is not the first action that calls for the introduction of a uniform emoji for Bitcoin. But Jack Dorsey is a real crypto heavyweight.

 

Dorsey addresses the Unicode Consortium

A worldwide reliable regulation for Bitcoin purchase and mining as well as more acceptance for the blockchain technology: There are without question more important issues in the crypto world. Nevertheless, the debate about a supposedly long overdue BTC Emoji of our own kept on driving users in the digital world, as we reported around the Christmas holidays. At the end of 2019 there was another petition calling for the development and introduction of an emoji for the most important digital currency. Many users took part. Now it is Jack Dorsey who gives users what they want. Dorsey is known as a pioneer of the crypto world, but is best known as one of the founders of the social media service Twitter.

 

Many crypto giants are now participating

In the crypto-universe, the Twitter CEO regularly speaks out, his contributions on his own platform are gladly discussed and commented on. Today, Dorsey presents the new motif for Twitter users. If he had his way, the emoji would soon be available everywhere. He hashtagged his demand by explicitly addressing the consortium around the Unicode standards with the Twitter post. This was not about the Twitter motif, but the general one based on a Bitcoin emoji standard. Twitter users, at any rate, can now ensure that the new motif is displayed by mentioning the crypto-currency in a written text. The hashtag works as expected.

It is not the first action that calls for the introduction of a uniform emoji for Bitcoin. But Jack Dorsey is a real crypto heavyweight.

 

Dorsey addresses the Unicode Consortium

A worldwide reliable regulation for Bitcoin purchase and mining as well as more acceptance for the blockchain technology: There are without question more important issues in the crypto world. Nevertheless, the debate about a supposedly long overdue BTC Emoji of our own kept on driving users in the digital world, as we reported around the Christmas holidays. At the end of 2019 there was another petition calling for the development and introduction of an emoji for the most important digital currency. Many users took part. Now it is Jack Dorsey who gives users what they want. Dorsey is known as a pioneer of the crypto world, but is best known as one of the founders of the social media service Twitter.

 

Many crypto giants are now participating

In the crypto-universe, the Twitter CEO regularly speaks out, his contributions on his own platform are gladly discussed and commented on. Today, Dorsey presents the new motif for Twitter users. If he had his way, the emoji would soon be available everywhere. He hashtagged his demand by explicitly addressing the consortium around the Unicode standards with the Twitter post. This was not about the Twitter motif, but the general one based on a Bitcoin emoji standard. Twitter users, at any rate, can now ensure that the new motif is displayed by mentioning the crypto-currency in a written text. The hashtag works as expected.