A big change was also made in WhatsApp, after the name change of Facebook

After the renaming of Facebook, now WhatsApp has also undergone a major change.

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg renamed the company “Meta” on October 28 and now writes “From Meta” instead of “From Facebook” on updated versions of all apps and websites owned by the company. Has been started.
WhatsApp had added ‘from Facebook’ to its app a year ago, before that for many years it did not show the message of its parent company.
After WhatsApp, ‘From Meta’ will soon be seen on Instagram, Oculus, and Facebook applications themselves.
The company’s new name will be used for all of the company’s websites and applications, and it will continue to operate as it has in the past.
It should be noted that Facebook had recently changed the name of its parent company from ‘Facebook Inc.’ to ‘Meta Inc.’
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced that we have renamed our company, Meta.
The Facebook administration says that now our name is what we do, users will be able to work, chat and play games in a virtual environment while the new name is trying to change the image because Facebook is no longer just a social media company.
According to Facebook’s creator, “Our brand is currently firmly connected to a product (Facebook), but it is hoped that we will be viewed as a metaverse corporation over time.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg planned to announce the name change at the company’s annual conference on October 28.

The Name Change of Facebook has Increased the Reputation of an Anonymous Company

The worth of an anonymous organization has skyrocketed since Facebook changed its name.

The renaming of Facebook by Mark Zuckerberg benefited an unnamed company greatly, and its market value skyrocketed.
According to sources, on October 28, Facebook changed its name to Meta, and as a result, the stock price of an unknown Canadian industrial materials organization increased, due to the similarity of the names.
Meta Materials Inc.’s stock jumped 6% from the start of trade on October 29 to 26% in just a few hours after Facebook announced the new name and said goodbye to the old one.
In contrast, Facebook’s share price rose just 1.6 percent.
The Canadian organization, which has a market value of $1.13 billion, specializes in creating materials used in a variety of industries, including electronics and aerospace.
It’s important to remember that this isn’t the first time someone has benefitted from a name similarity.


Saifullah Aslam

Owner & Founder of Sayf Jee Website

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