is an accelerator for building


, the app for everything."

The founder of





Elon Musk,

writes it on the social network, who, in response to a user who claims it is easier to build the app from scratch, later comments: "


will accelerate X from 3 to 5 years, but I could err".

Musk sent a letter to


, offering to acquire the platform for $ 54.20 per share, the price he had initially offered the company in the spring and which the board had accepted.

This was confirmed by the social network itself, specifying that "the company's intention is to close the transaction at $ 54.20 per share".

Musk's proposal rallied Wall Street, which marked a sharp rise in the end and confirmed that an agreement is close.

Musk has long dreamed of creating a super app modeled on the Chinese WeChat, with the aim of reaching a base of at least one billion Twitter users.