Twitter has suffered a massive outage


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Twitter users from all over the world are complaining massively about disruptions in the social network. According to the website Downdetector, the first complaints about the service began to arrive Yesterday at 17:11 GMT time.

Twitter has suffered a massive outage

It is noted that most of the complaints about the work of the social network comes from users from the United States, Canada and Japan, but problems are also observed in several other countires. Most of the users complain about errors in the operation of the Twitter website. A little less often, failures occur when working with a mobile application.

The number of complaints is still on the rise. Twitter has not yet commented on the failure of the social network and has not announced when the normal functionality of the service will be restored.

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Future plans

The social network plans to allow users to post notes that don’t have a 240-character limit. According to a leak posted by Jane Manchun Wong, the company will soon have a feature called “Twitter Articles”.

A Twitter spokesperson told CNET that the company is “always looking for new ways to help people start and participate in conversations” and that Twitter will announce details about the Twitter Articles feature soon.

Jane Manchun Wong is a verified insider who has been leaking new Twitter features.

Twitter recently announced the launch of a feature on its Blue subscription service that will allow iOS users to use NFT for their avatars. Tesla CEO Elon Musk immediately expressed dissatisfaction, calling it a “waste of resources”.

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Elon Musk tweeted “this is annoying” and also criticized the problem of spam related to cryptocurrency. He noted, “They are wasting engineering resources on this nonsense while crypto scammers are having a spambot party in every thread!?”

Elon Musk has expressed support for cryptocurrencies many times. In March 2021, he announced that Tesla would accept payments in bitcoin, but reversed that decision in May, citing environmental concerns. Earlier this month, Tesla began accepting Dogecoin as payment for certain items.

Like other tech companies, Twitter is looking to cash in on tech trends like NFTs. Last year, Twitter added the ability for users to send and receive bitcoins; even announcing a new division that would be fully focus on cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, decentralized applications and NFTs.

Twitter’s main competitor, Meta (Facebook’s parent company), is also planning to launch a cryptocurrency and support for NFT technology. The company is reportedly working to allow users to sell NFTs on Facebook and Instagram marketplaces. This will play an important role in bringing NFTs to the mainstream market.

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