The big news is that you can now use Bitcoin emoji in your tweets. Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted the newly added Bitcoin emoji on Feb. 2 and showed how we can use it.
— jack 🌍🌏🌎 (@jack) February 2, 2020
Dorsey’s tweet showed that, now, whenever a Twitter user writes the Bitcoin or BTC hashtag, an image showing its symbol appears next to it. His tweet also tags Unicode, possibly pushing them to introduce an emoji that can be used across all web platforms. Unicode has supported the Bitcoin symbol as one of its currency signs since 2017. But there is currently no emoji version, meaning the symbol only appears as a black and white glyph, and not in the orange it is frequently portrayed in.
The most popular symbol used for Bitcoin is exactly ₿ – a capital letter B with two vertical strokes at the top and bottom, as introduced by BTC creator Satoshi Nakamoto. After Twitter added the emoji to its platform, many cryptocurrency personalities test-tweeted it, including Tron (TRX) founder and Bittorrent CEO Justin Sun.
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