Recently, social media has played a vital role in how we do our daily chores, whether economic or social. Most people have turned social media into a top marketing platform, resulting in good returns. For example, Twitter recently has released a new feature to users to tip their most preferred content creators using Bitcoin. The feature will enable top Twitter influencers to earn from all over the world without any restrictions. This has been made possible through a partnership between Twitter and Strike, a platform on Bitcoin Lightning Network, enabling instant universal payments with no extra cost. Twitter has added another small money icon, which, when turned on, would appear on the user's profile, informing other users that Bitcoin tips are allowed.
It's an awesome feature to allow us to tip our favorite content creators on Twitter through Bitcoin. Sending the tips is quite pretty simple. You just have to follow the following simple steps.
1. Download and sign up on the Strike App. The app is available for downloads for both android and iOS as well as through browser extensions.
2. Deposit the amount of Bitcoin you wish to tip as a Twitter tip in your non-custodial Strike wallet. The non-custodial Strike wallet allows you to hold and own your private key, ensuring the top security of your funds.
3. Find your way back to Twitter and search for the profile you wish to tip, and tap the money icon. The icon already assures that the user accepts Bitcoin tipping.
The feature has first been rolled out for iOS and later will be out for Android users. For now, the Strike app is currently available in El Salvador and most of the regions in the US.
Twitter has widely been used to share information and entertainment conversations worldwide. Giving tips to these informed persons will be creating an easy and motivating way to drive conversations on Twitter. Twitter tips are just to appreciate people driving the conversation on the app, whether you want to support content creators, help someone fundraise, or just appreciate someone for the conversation.