X Bird is the coin that will help X Corp. Elon Musk bring revolution to life!
In the 2000s, Elon Musk used the proceeds from the sale of payments giant PayPal to found space company SpaceX and electric vehicle (EV) giant Tesla.
By 2022, he will be ranked No. 1 on Forbes magazine's list of the world's longest-running companies.
He is known as a charismatic businessman who helped Ukraine through satellite communications services and acquired Twitter Inc.
The most straightforward description of Elon Musk's greatness is "a man whose personal wealth exceeds the market capitalization of Toyota Motor Corporation.
Toyota Motor Corporation is not only a Japanese company, but also a global company. Toyota Motor Corporation is one of the world's leading automakers with a market capitalization of over 34 trillion yen.
Since Elon Musk acquired Twitter last fall for $44 billion, Twitter has transformed at an astounding rate.
First, he laid off about half of its 7,500 staff to cut costs, then implemented premium services.
It also renamed the social network from Twitter to X and began sharing advertising revenue with contributors.
And just recently, the company obtained licenses to transact and settle virtual currency transactions in seven states, including Rhode Island.
X can now officially offer virtual currency wallet services.
Everything is ready for a revolution.
Users can pay for virtual currency premium services on X, and their fees will be cut in half by paying with X BIRD.
Receive advertising revenue in XBIRD tokens.
Receive dividends based on the number of XBIRD tokens you hold.
In other words, while advertising revenue could only be received by posting, it will now be distributed to investors who hold XBIRD coins.
This means that by posting on X, users will receive monthly ad revenue in XBIRD tokens, and if they continue to hold the coins without selling them, they will also receive dividends for holding the XBIRD tokens.
This is the birth of a dream social networking site where all X-loving users will receive a fair share of the earnings.