A few days ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk bought back X.com from PayPal for an undisclosed sum, a domain which he last owned nearly two decades ago. At the time, he said on Twitter that he did not have any immediate plans for it.
Today, just three days later, Musk has announced the launch of X.com, but there is not much to look at yet except for the letter 'x'.
Musk has promised that he will unveil more about the mystery website tomorrow but gave no other clues. Some people speculate that it might have something to do with SpaceX, where he is also the CEO, but it could also be something completely different.
The entrepreneur has been known to create new companies when he gets a new idea that he wants to bring into existence. In late 2016, he founded The Boring Company to tackle traffic congestion, and in March, he launched Neuralink to build implants that will bridge the human brain with machines.
Source: Elon Musk (Twitter)