Jack can say whatever he wants about why he's leaving Twitter, but all I hear is "bitcoin bitcoin bitcoin bitcoin" https://t.co/pnvBzXczDs
— David Pierce (@pierce) November 29, 2021
So jack definitely left to go build in web3 right? Twitter is an observer but square could be a real participant.
— Panzer (@panzer) November 29, 2021
Jack had been spending less than 10% of his time at Twitter, from what I've heard. So him leaving won't be a massive operational change. Still: Whoa. https://t.co/heUThZlI0e
— Alex Kantrowitz (@Kantrowitz) November 29, 2021
Dorsey is also CEO of digital payment startup Square, which is under less regulatory scrutiny than Twitter
— Sam Shead (@Sam_L_Shead) November 29, 2021
Jack Dorsey might be out as Twitter CEO, but he's still the crypto-loving CEO of financial tech company Square, which over the past year bought $500m in bitcoin
I'm curious if the departure of such a high-profile advocate will stanch the NFT/crypto discourse on Twitter
— Robert G. Reeve 🔜 PAXUnplugged (@RobertGReeve) November 29, 2021
Twitter's stock performance (blue line), compared to performance of Facebook & S&P 500, since Dorsey was named interim CEO in June 2015. pic.twitter.com/2iVL2s7IVo
— Tim Stenovec (@timsteno) November 29, 2021
New Twitter CEO is the current CTO @paraga
Parag was running Twitter's decentralized social network project Blue Sky before they found an outside leader. Very technical. https://t.co/L4RxljYzgj https://t.co/VZqIQblrGp
— Kurt Wagner (@KurtWagner8) November 29, 2021
Dorsey pushes back hard against the cult of "founder-led" in his resignation letter. Suggests it's often about ego.
Hmmmm... wonder what that means for another founder-led company... the payments one that the founder actually controls.
— Dan Primack (@danprimack) November 29, 2021
I think there's an interesting thread connecting @jack's growing interest in crypto and decentralizing social media, and his announcement that he doesn't want Twitter to be founder-led.
— o...k (@kateconger) November 29, 2021