The new logo was only unveiled on Monday.
Billionaire Elon Musk, after replacing Twitter’s bluebird logo with an X earlier this week, has replaced it again with a logo with thicker lines. True, after a few hours he changed his mind.
“I don’t like the thicker stripes, so we’re going back to the previous option,” Musk wrote on Twitter. “The logo will evolve.”
On Sunday, July 23, Musk announced he was renaming Twitter to X and said that if someone submitted a “good enough” logo that night, he would launch it the next day. This logo was suggested by Twitter user Sawyer Merritt.
Elon Musk changed the X logo again but then changed his mind
The official Twitter account on the social network of the same name was renamed X on Monday, July 24. Roskomnadzor commented on the renaming of Twitter to X, saying that there are no grounds for lifting the blocking.
Earlier, an American entrepreneur said that his social network would become the most valuable brand in the world. This is how he commented on the information that the value of the Twitter brand after changing the name will decrease by between 4 and 20 billion dollars.
Experts believe that Elon Musk is 100% likely to face trials: in the USA alone, the X trademark belongs to 900 companies