It was a crypto love fest.
The company says its new tools let payments, banking and cash flow "work as one."
The Twitter and Square CEO says the project would be "entirely in the open."
Twitter CEO Dorsey adds Jay-Z to the board of his payments company after acquiring a significant stake in Tidal.
In today's top stories, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai and Jack Dorsey answer questions from a House committee on disinformation. Meanwhile, a congressman from Wisconsin calls out Amazon for its treatment of workers.
It's called the Blockclock, but it's not here to tell time.
The tweet from 15 years ago is currently going for $2.5 million.
They want to start development in Africa and India, where some cryptocurrencies have been banned.
From audio to giving users more control over content moderation, Twitter has been experimenting with new tools.
Dorsey shared the news in a tweet, of course.
A letter to the CEOs of several major tech companies says their platforms may push people toward extremism.
In a series of tweets, Dorsey also adds the ban reflected a "failure" from Twitter to "promote healthy conversation."