Elon Musk announced on Twitter that he’s officially launched his X.com website today.
“Excited to announce the launch of x.com!” Musk posted on his Twitter pageFriday.
X.com was an online banking and financial services platform that Musk co-founded in 1999. He was pushed out of the CEO role after just a year, but in the process he made a cool $165 million when eBay bought the company just three years later. At that point, X.com had already changed its name to something more familiar: PayPal.
ITS A LITTLE VERBOSE RIGHT NOW
“It’s a little verbose right now, but that will be fixed tomorrow,” Musk said on Friday.
“Verbose” is one way of putting it. Here’s how the site looks with Chrome on Mac:
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