Reportedly Twitter blocked the users from embedding Substack links in their tweets.
Twitter is a giant social media platform and also a very big online space for the crypto community to discuss crypto, blockchain, Web3, etc. In the crypto sector, some of the big crypto entrepreneurs & devs share their thoughts via Substack posts and usually share those Substack posts on their Twitter accounts.
On 7 April 2023, Many crypto Twitter users reported that they are failing from embedding Substack links on Twitter because of an unknown issue.
A Twitter user said that he just canceled his Twitter blue badge subscription, as Twitter CEO Elon Musk banned Substack on his social media platform.
On the same day, the Substack team confirmed that they are failing to understand whether Twitter terminated support for Substack or if there is some kind of bug or technical issue, as Twitter engineers are working on a new Twitter API model.
Twitter, Dogecoin & Logo
Just a few days ago, Twitter replaced its logo with Dogecoin’s logo under the leadership of Tesla CEO Elon Musk. That caused a very big buy support for Dogecoin.
On 7 April, Twitter removed the Dogecoin logo with the original one, the blue bird .
Some reports confirmed that Twitter may bring multiple company’s affiliated badges and probably add support for Dogecoin also but it will be too early to comment.
The current trade price of Dogecoin is $0.0834 & this trade price is 8.85% high over the last 7 days of trade price.