The BADGE Foundation Partners with Twitter to Enable Social tipping?!

The BADGE Foundation Partners with Twitter to Enable Social tipping?!

The BADGE Foundation, the publisher of the cryptocurrency BADGE, has announced that it may partner with Twitter.

Currently, Twitter has a feature that allows you to social tipping as a tip from the profile column.
They set up bitcoin and Ethereum and ask them to send money there.

However, the current method of remittance is quite difficult for beginners of crypto currency, and people who do not have a wallet cannot do social tipping.
Twitter has announced it needs to use BADGE because it wants to make it easier to social tipping and make money even during live broadcasts called Space.
The founder of BADGE Coin [Tim Draper] is also very famous for being an early investor in Twitter.
Once BADGE and Twitter have completed uploading the system, BADGE will instantly become the world’s top five cryptocurrencies.

Cryptonite and Badge

Badge’ delivers a widely recognizable brand value throughout the digital realm. The unique service is supplied by its parent company, ‘Cryptonite,’ a worldwide network of entrepreneurs, investors, and influencers driving the blockchain, AI, and sustainability revolutions. It was formed in Silicon Valley, a commercial hotspot that has given birth to numerous notable firms, including GAFAM.

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