A little bird of Jack Dorsey

The creator of two successful services, Jack Dorsey, is a vivid example of how to realize children’s dreams with the benefit of themselves and society. This, at first glance, is the simplest young man is the father of a very popular microblogging service, whose name is Twitter. Incredible recognition of Jack’s descendants can be confirmed by the fact that today, without Twitter, more than 200 million active users around the planet can not imagine their lives!

In “chicken bird” everyone is in love: from the cleaner of hotel rooms in Thailand to the president of the United States.

Twitter is a system that allows users to send short text messages (tweets) up to 140 characters using a web interface, SMS, instant messaging, or other third-party applications. This feature allows Twitter to use standard blogging. The service is free, but access to it via SMS can increase telephone bills.

Jack Dorsey created Twitter in 2006. The program has gained worldwide popularity very quickly. According to last year, the service has more than 200 million users. Half of them are active at least once a month. Half uses Twitter every day. 55% of users send tweets from mobile devices.

In 2009, Dorsey founded the Quad Billing Service, along with businessman Jim McClew (they were familiar with the early 1990s).

Square’s first product was a card reader that was plugged into smartphones through the headphone jack. This, like the square of the mobile app, can be obtained free of charge, and then the company charges 3.5% of the amount of each transaction – this is less than the commission of ordinary payment systems.

Jack Dorsey did not stay away from the blockchain technology. What does he say about it?

“The world ultimately will have a single currency; the internet will have a single currency. I personally believe that it will be bitcoin,” Dorsey said.

He added that the conditions would be futile “probably over ten years, but it could go faster.”

 “It’s slow and it’s costly, but as more and more people have it, those things go away. There are newer technologies that build off of blockchain  and make it more approachable.”

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