When Elon Musk apologized for Twitter for being ‘super slow’, promises new feature soon, catch details

Elon Musk is the richest man in the world. He is a well-known entrepreneur and business magnate who was born in South Africa. He founded a number of businesses, including Tesla Motors and SpaceX. 

Elon Musk-run SpaceX created a unique world record by successfully launching 143 small satellites. The firm broke the record previously held by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), which launched 104 satellites in 2017.

Today, he is the richest man in the world with a potential wealth of $229.6 billion. Elon Musk is an internet sensation renowned for his luxury life. He has a submarine automobile that was featured in a James Bond film. He paid Rs 6.5 crore for the Lotus Esprit automobile at an exhibition.

Elon Musk is the founder and CEO of Tesla, an electric car company. He invented revolutionary automobiles that forever altered the concept of transportation. The world’s wealthiest man created ground-breaking automobiles that forever changed the way people travel. 

The world’s richest man has a staggering following of over 120 million on the microblogging site. Elon Musk is one of the active personalities on the micro-blogging Twitter portal. Every now and then, the Twitter CEO comes up with interesting stuff on the portal that pique the attention of the users.

When Elon Musk apologized for Twitter for being ‘super slow’, promises new feature soon

In order to cut down the fake accounts on Twitter, new boss Elon Musk added that the platform will soon roll out a new feature that will enable organizations to identify accounts connected with them.

“Rolling out soon,” Elon Musk in a tweet. “Twitter will enable organizations to identify which other Twitter accounts are actually associated with them.”

The Tesla CEO also wen on to convey an apology for how slow Twitter was in some countries. He wrote, “Btw, I’d like to apologize for Twitter being super slow in many countries. App is doing >1000 poorly batched RPCs just to render a home timeline!”