Since Ilan Musk bought Twitter, many social media activists have been concerned about its privatization and loss of freedom of expression. However, Jack Dorsey, founder and former CEO of Twitter, said in a statement that he believes in Musk and believes that the privatization of Twitter is in the interest of this social network.
According to Kevin Desk, Jack Dorsey wrote on Twitter on Monday night that he believes that this social network should not have a master, but now that Ilan Musk, the richest man in the world, has bought it, he believes that the best something may have happened.
On Monday, April 25, Musk managed to buy Twitter for $ 54.20 per share and take ownership of Twitter. Dorsey also commented on the upcoming change of ownership of Twitter, explaining that Ilan Musk himself is the only decision he trusts.
Dorsey, himself a Bitcoin fan, spoke about decentralization before commenting on the mask, saying:
Basically, I don’t believe that a certain person should own or manage Twitter. Twitter wants to be a protocol in the form of a public good, not as a company. However, Twitter only needs a mask to solve the problem of being a company; [چراکه] The right first step is to get rid of Wall Street.
Dorsey posted the message at a time when many Twitter activists were talking anxiously about him. They wanted to know what was happening now that this extremely wealthy billionaire was in control of his favorite speaker. This can even affect digital currencies; Because Musk has always said he likes to use Dodge Quinn as a payment method.
Musk, for his part, promised to give priority to freedom of expression on Twitter. The message indicated that he did not intend to block the open conversation on Twitter, and Dorsey praised him.
Ilan pursues the right goal to create a platform that is as reliable and versatile as possible. This is the goal of Parag Agraval and that is why I chose it. Thanks to both of you for getting the company out of a very difficult situation. This is the right path and I believe in it with all my being.
The publication of Jack Dorsey’s reaction to sales on Twitter: I believe that Ilan Musk first appeared in Arzdigital.