Binance CEO CZ Supports Elon Musk in “RIP Twitter” Trend

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Binance CEO CZ Supports Elon Musk in “RIP Twitter” Trend. Binance CEO Changpeng Zao (CZ) speaks in support of Twitter CEO Elon Musk in the ongoing Twitter trend, “RIP Twitter”.

On Friday, Binance CEO Changpeng Zao (CZ) spoke for Twitter CEO Elon Musk amid the ongoing Twitter trend, “RIP Twitter”. The #RIPTwitter trend came into the situation after the deadline given by the CEO of Twitter recently to choose between a lot of hard work, hard work, long hours or to leave their job.

Binance CEO comes to support Elon Musk

In a recent tweet, Binance’s CEO highlighted the importance of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) in the context of Twitter. Binance’s top employee said, “The more successful you are, the more people FUD about you. FUD makes you stronger, not weaker.”

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While discussing the same practice, “RIP Twitter,” Doge created Billy Markus taking a Twitter jibe and comparing it to Google Plus. Markus also took a dig at Twitter employees in a recent tweet thread, saying that the company’s employees are planning to use cash flow instead of working long hours to save a “dying business.” (Twitter). Twitter has been flooded with heartfelt messages from hundreds of Twitter users who have left the company following the executive order from new owner Elon Musk. As users wondered if the service would be shut down, the #RIPTwitter hashtag started trending on Twitter. Some people share gravestones with the epitaph “Mr. Musk killed the project,” while others joke that there is only one worker left. Some users said they are switching to other social media platforms. Elon Musk reveals his position on employee services

Mr. Musk gave the remaining Twitter users less than 36 hours on Wednesday to leave​​​​​​​​ or participate in building “Twitter Revolution 2.0”. He said those who will leave will receive three months’ severance pay.

According to the New York Times, Mr. Musk and his advisers held meetings with some Twitter users they felt were “important” to prevent them from leaving, four people familiar with the conversation said. He sent a confusing message about the company’s work-at-home policy, suggesting it is softening its stance of not allowing people to work from home before telling their managers.

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