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It was packed full of IPOs and earnings and startup news and new venture funds. Elon vs. Tim Apple: Earnings season is usually replete with CEOs and other execs saying very few, usually boring things. Then there’s Elon Musk, who took a poorly veiled potshot at Apple during Tesla’s earnings call, and followed it up by tweeting that Apple’s App Store cut is a tax on the internet.
Sure, the universe would be better if people with a spare $425,000 spent it on mutual aid or something, but minutes later, we were trying to figure out what this whole Yat thing was all about. On the surface, Yat is a platform that lets you buy a URL with emojis in it -- even Kesha (y.at/🌈🚀👽), Lil Wayne (y.at/👽🎵), and Disclosure (y.at/😎🎵😎) are using them in their Twitter bios. While users could purchase their own domain name that supports emojis and use it instead of a Yat, many people don't have the technical expertise or time to do so.