The social network integrates the Strike payment platform.
The new feature is now available for all iOS users, and will appear on Android in the coming weeks, CNBC writes.
Twitter integrates the Strike payment platform. Users can specify the addresses of their crypto wallets to receive or send funds. The social network will not charge a commission for transfers.
In addition, Twitter said that it is testing a function that will allow you to show your collections of NFT digital assets in the social network. The company did not disclose any other details.
The company tested money transfers to authors in May, but then users could send fiat money through the Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal or Venmo systems.
In March, Twitter began testing the tipping feature in Spaces voice chats.