- Twitter, eToro unite for trading
- Browse, buy, sell crypto & stocks
- Elon Musk’s all-in-one app vision
In a surprising move, Twitter is on the verge of launching a groundbreaking feature that will enable users to trade cryptocurrencies and stocks directly on the platform. This move comes as a result of a collaboration with leading fintech company eToro, as reported by CNBC.
The forthcoming feature will allow Twitter users to explore a vast range of financial instruments, including market charts. Users will have the ability to purchase and sell crypto, stocks, and other assets through the eToro integration. This new alliance expands Twitter’s capabilities, building on their existing cashtags feature, which currently provides users with real-time trading data from TradingView.
This development aligns with Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s earlier vision of transforming the platform into a comprehensive app. Musk’s ultimate goal is to create an all-encompassing ecosystem that grants users access to numerous online facilities within a single platform.
In other news, a hacking group has recently developed a ChatGPT-like personal artificial intelligence (AI) system that can be installed and operated on household computers without an internet connection. Elon Musk, an early investor in OpenAI, warns that the accelerated development of AI is propelling us toward a technological tipping point.
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