Elon Musk, owner of Twitter, has delivered on his promise to compensate content makers on the website, with the first sum of $5 million being issued. Reports say that the distribution of the advertisement rewards has started.
Billy Markus, the creator of Dogecoin, has become notorious for his strong presence on social media and has become one of the most successful on the platform. He is highly regarded for his consistent engagement with his brand.
Markus, the founder of Dogecoin, received the second highest amount of $37,050 out of the first batch of payments, despite having fewer followers than the Internet Hall of Fame, which acquired $107,247 with roughly 1.9 million followers. His 2.1 million followers earned him a total of $37,050.
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Despite having more followers, some creators still manage to pull in less than Billy Markus who has achieved the highest spot due to high engagement on his posts. He owes much of his success to the Dogecoin community.
The fame of Dogecoin’s creator could have been affected by his friendly rapport with Elon Musk. The two share a mutual passion for the Shiba Inu-inspired virtual currency.
At multiple times, U.Today has reported that Musk and the cryptocurrency innovator have a habit of replying to each other’s content, increasing the latter’s overall presence.
When Elon Musk assumed control of Twitter in 2020, many were hopeful that his management would prove to be beneficial to those in the cryptocurrency realm. Even though the compensation may be modest when compared to Markus’s assumed reach, it is a solid foundation for what is likely to come in the future.
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