Elon Musk to auction old Twitter items including chairs, desks

There are about 584 items which have an opening bid of $25

By
Business Desk
Twitter corporate headquarters building in downtown San Francisco, California, US, November 18, 2022. — Reuters
Twitter corporate headquarters building in downtown San Francisco, California, US, November 18, 2022. — Reuters 

Multi-billionaire Elon Musk has decided to put old Twitter items including building signs on auction, reported CNN

The development comes just a few weeks after Musk rebranded the microblogging website to X. 

The items up for sale range from a standard desk chair to a large birdcage with a Twitter logo and everything that is linked to the past. 

Musk, who bought Twitter less than a year ago, has decided to bring changes to the site. He started off by laying off employees and then introduced a paid version, eliminating the verification of non-premium accounts. 

Those who are interested in buying any of the Twitter can browse through numerous “#” and “@”statues, paintings of Ellen DeGeneres’ viral 2014 Oscar selfie and Barack Obama celebrating his reelection, a reconstructed barn from Montana and numerous musical instruments.

Other than that, the office items are also on sale which include chairs, desks and refrigerators.

There are about 584 items which have an opening bid of 25 dollars. 

Last month, Twitter launched its new logo, killing the blue bird on its website and replacing it with a stylised "X" in a bid to rebrand the microblogging website.