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Elon Musk Says X May Receive Payment Licenses in California and New York

Elon Musk has stated that social media giant X (formerly called Twitter) may soon obtain payment licenses in New York and California. Musk said on Wednesday that his social media platform X may soon get approval for a money transmitter license in the state of… Read More

X (formerly Twitter) Will Launch Peer to Peer Payments in 2024

X, formerly doing business as Twitter, has announced it will launch peer-to-peer payments in 2024 fulfilling an already revealed goal of the platform. In a blog post, X outlined its accomplishments and changes since Elon Musk took over the faltering social media platform.  X said… Read More

Bank Replacement: X (formerly Twitter) Aims to Go Big into Financial Services: Report

  X, formerly known as Twitter, wants to become your new bank. While it is not clear if X wants to be a Neobank (no bank charter) or a Digital Bank (a bank charter), what is clear is that Elon Musk wants to turn the… Read More

Elon Musk Predicts Overhaul of SEC

Elon Musk has taken to X to predict a massive overhaul of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other regulators. Responding to an X from Mario Nawful, Musk had this to say: “A comprehensive overhaul of these agencies is sorely needed, along with a… Read More

Coinbase Works with X (formerly Twitter) on Job Opportunities at Crypto Exchange

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Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) has revealed a new partnership with X (formerly Twitter) to fill open positions at the crypto exchange. According to an X, job openings may now be scrolled directly on Coinbase’s profile. Coinbase is thrilled to partner with @X on the launch of a… Read More

Twitter, Now X, to Become “Everything App” including Financial Services

Elon Musk continues to discover new territory with his purchase of Twitter. Having now rebranded Twitter as “X,” Musk recently described X as morphing into an “everything app.” Musk says that from a media platform allowing free speech, X will become a “comprehensive communications” provider… Read More

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