NIXSolutions: Twitter Officially Moved to Domain

Elon Musk began rebranding the social platform Twitter a year ago. First, he changed the name and logo of the social network to X. Now, the social network has officially moved from the old address to a new URL – Musk himself announced this on his X page.


Twitter was renamed X in July 2023, but the site address did not change; the domain redirected users to Now, visitors to the page are redirected to the home page, where they are greeted with the following message:

“Welcome to! Our URL has changed, but your privacy and data protection settings remain the same.”

Previously, other Twitter-related services were also changed. Tweetdeck has been renamed XPro, and Twitter Blue has become X Premium.

Musk’s History with

Musk has a long history with the domain. It was under this name that he opened his second business in 1999 (the first was Zip2, which he sold to Compaq in the same year). After only a year of operation, merged with Cofinity, which owned a money transfer service called PayPal. Musk served for several months as CEO of the combined organization but left his post due to disagreements with other executives. The combined business was initially named, but in 2001, after a detailed analysis of customer feedback, the company name changed to PayPal. In 2002, PayPal was purchased by Ebay Inc. for $1.5 billion. This deal brought Musk $165 million. In 2017, Musk bought the domain. According to rumors, the deal was worth $5 million.

NIXSolutions reminds that even before buying Twitter, Elon Musk said that he wanted to turn the social platform into “an application that has everything.” We’ll keep you updated as this transformation continues to unfold.