Twitter users from all over the world are expressing their dissatisfaction with the social media platform. The first complaints about the service began arriving at 17:11 GMT yesterday, according to the website Downdetector.
Twitter has had a major outage
The majority of complaints about the social network’s performance come from users in the United States, Canada, and Japan, but issues have also been reported in some other countries. The majority of Twitter users express dissatisfaction with the site’s performance. When working with a mobile application, failures occur less frequently.
The number of complaints continues to increase. Twitter has not yet responded to the failure of the social media platform, nor has it stated when normal service will be restored.
Plans for the future
Users will be able to post notes that aren’t limited to 240 characters on the social network. According to a leak posted by Jane Manchun Wong, the company will soon have a feature known as “Twitter Articles.”
According to a Twitter spokesperson, the company is “always looking for new ways to help people start and participate in conversations,” and the Twitter Articles feature will be announced soon.
Jane Manchun Wong has been leaking new Twitter features as a verified insider.
Twitter recently announced the addition of a feature to its Blue subscription service that will allow iOS users to use NFT as their avatars. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, expressed his displeasure right away, calling it a “waste of resources.”
Elon Musk expressed his displeasure with the situation by tweeting “this is annoying” and criticizing the problem of cryptocurrency spam. “While crypto scammers have a spambot party in every thread!” he exclaimed, “they’re wasting engineering resources on this nonsense.”
Many times, Elon Musk has expressed his support for cryptocurrencies. He announced in March 2021 that Tesla would accept bitcoin payments but then reversed his decision in May, citing environmental concerns. Tesla started accepting Dogecoin as payment for certain items earlier this month.
Twitter, like other tech companies, is hoping to profit from emerging technologies such as NFTs. Last year, Twitter added the ability for users to send and receive bitcoins, as well as announced a new division dedicated solely to cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, decentralized applications, and new financial technologies (NFTs).
Meta (Facebook’s parent company), Twitter’s main competitor, is also planning to launch a cryptocurrency and support for NFT technology. Users will be able to sell NFTs on Facebook and Instagram marketplaces, according to reports. This will be critical in getting NFTs into the mainstream market.