This news is for you; If your Tweet goes viral and you give out your PayPal link or add a $Cashtag to your profile for your followers to support your work, or you upload your Venmo handle because it is your birthday or if you want a helping hand at the moment.
"You drive the conversation on Twitter, and we want to make it easier for you to support each other beyond Follows, Retweets, and Likes. Today, we're introducing Tip Jar – a new way for people to send and receive tips." 
To Support Each Other
Twitter acknowledges your contribution as a conversation driver. They want the Twitter community to be able to support each other through good times and bad. And the support should be practical and not just as Follows, Retweets, and Likes. Twitter is officially adding a 'Tip Jar' feature to the platform. It is a brand-new way for people to send and receive tips and is available for select users on Android and iOS. Tip Jar allows users to tip creators who enable this on their profile.
Twitter Is Not Taking Any Commission
If you want to know if an account has an enabled Tip Jar, look for the Tip Jar icon, which can be found close to the Follow button on the profile page. When the icon is tapped, a payment services list or platforms that the user has enabled will appear. When you click on the payment service or platform of your choice, you will be taken to the app you chose. You can now make a payment and show your support. The registered services right now that you can add to your account include Bandcamp, Cash App, Patreon, PayPal, and Venmo. Twitter is not taking any commission for this service. If you use Android, you can send your tips via Spaces.
"It's an interesting experiment if nothing else - and it'll be interesting to see what Twitter users are actually willing to pay for and whether all those followers you have are actually as interested in supporting you when it comes to real money changing hands." 
A New Way!
Twitter has said, "Tip Jar is an easy way to support the incredible voices that make up the conversation on Twitter. It is the first step in our work to create new ways for people to receive and show support on Twitter – with money."
Twitter in English
Anyone that uses Twitter in English can send their tips to a limited number of accounts on Twitter for iOS and Android. This limited group of people around the world includes creators, journalists, experts, and nonprofits. They use Twitter in English. These people can add Tip Jar to their profile and can receive tips from you.
Twitter has said that it plans to expand the Tip Jar services by offering them to more people. They will also increase the range of languages in a while.
On the official Twitter blog, it said, "We're always looking for feedback and ways to improve updates like Tip Jar – let us know what you think."
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