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Elon Musk wants to make Twitter the western WeChat

The fact that WeChat is among the world’s most popular apps is now a matter of course for the tech scene. Among the big fans of the Chinese universal app is well-known US entrepreneur Elon Musk, co-founder of Tesla and PayPal and CEO of SpaceX. Musk now thinks the whole world needs a universal app like WeChat that covers life completely. And that seems to be exactly his plan with Twitter, if the acquisition of the social platform still goes through. As a billionaire, however, Musk often gets exactly what he wants. He is offering $44 billion for the platform.

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