Is Jack Dorsey Moving To Miami Too? Twitter Founder Retweets App Developer Relocating Here

Jack Dorsey continues to take notice of the movement of tech investors and entrepreneurs to Miami.

The Twitter and Square founder retweeted a tech founder late last month who said he was moving to Miami.

In the December 24 Tweet, Tim Salau wrote that Miami Mayor Francis Suarez was “the greatest,” and that he would be moving here.

Dorsey later retweeted a news article stating that Suarez was considering 1% of Miami’s assets into bitcoin. Dorsey is a major advocate for cryptocurrency.

Dorsey began following Suarez on Twitter in December.

Suarez has been generating buzz in the media and on Twitter, where he is actively promoting Miami as an up and coming tech hub.

Others, including Founders Fund general partner Keith Rabois have also been writing a steady stream of tweets explaining why Miami has a bright future as a tech center.

Dorsey purchased a home in San Francisco in 2019 for $21.5 million, next to his existing $18m home. He walks 5 miles to work from there.

He was photographed at Miami Beach’s Liv and Story nightclubs in September 2019.

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Jesus
9 months ago

Thank you to all the extreme left policies that have made California undesirable and is pushing us to new levels. Please don’t bring that extreme viewpoint here as well. The last thing we need is a repeat of the homelessness in San Francisco that I have witnessed firsthand where cops can’t even do anything to someone making a commotion inside a restaurant.

Anonymous
9 months ago

There we go again with the same crap!!!!!!

Anonymous
9 months ago

I guess he conveniently ignored the video you can look up on the internet of three men with one of them blasting at a locked door of a restaurant with a gun and then enters it in South Florida.

Anonymous
9 months ago

i agree something should be done about the homelessness before it gets out of control

Anonymous
9 months ago

Start by letting one of them move in with you.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yes, have a little empathy and try to help them. A lot of those people have mental , and drug problems. However, our society don’t give a f__k about them, and prefer to look the other way in fear they may be a pay check away from that destiny.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Taking a homeless person into your home would be a great start.

Anonymous
9 months ago

“Please don’t bring that extreme viewpoint here as well.”

You’d be surprised how many people that were there before left because of that idiocy. There is a exodus from the poop infested slum for a reason.

There are lots of hard working right leaning moderates and conservatives even Trump supporters … Who were stuck there pissing their votes in the wind because it was a great place for career.

You should cheer for moderate or right leaning people to build powerful tech in places like Miami to balance out the power the crazy left has in SF.

Anonymous
9 months ago

You right wing crybabies need to stop with the “they better not bring their politics here” wahahaha. People’s politics will not change because theyre in a different city. Thats plain STUPID. Expect South Florida to get more liberal and for Florida to go blue soon.

Anonymous
9 months ago

You left wing carpetbaggers need to stop with the “Florida will go blue soon” crap which you have been jabbering on about for twenty-five years, yet since 2018 both Senate seats are now Republican for the first time since Reconstruction, and Trump had a comfortable win in 2020. Even gerrymandered Democratic stronghold districts like western Palm Beach County, where the bulk of people are relocating had a race closer than usual, but I suppose Florida is nothing but Miami and Orlando to you.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Thats for sure. We took Georgia and we coming down.

Anonymous
9 months ago

How do you know for certain, the people coming here are democrats?

Anonymous
9 months ago

I agree. I would think if the people are leaving an area because the tax’s are to high they would be more conservative. Liberals seem to enjoy paying high tax’s.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Please.. Rush Limbaugh is a right leaning Republican, and if one of you poorass Rightwing Republicans were caught walking down the block where he lives, you’ll wind up in the back of cop car in handcuffs so fast you’ll think you were some homeless hobo.

Anonymous
9 months ago

The same thing will happen here as in California. Real estate prices will go thru the roof. The price of a plain, average house in Hialeah will be between $800,000 and $950,000. The rents will be unaffordable for the average median income people. People will eventually loose there jobs, and end up under I-95 homeless camps, like in L.A., and San Francisco.

Anonymous
9 months ago

“$800,000 and $950,000?”

Oh, excuse me, I thought one could already find the price of houses like that in places like Coconut Grove.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Miami is better off without these super liberal giants clogging up and monopolizing political and social life in Miami. Stay in San Fransicko

Anonymous
9 months ago

“Stay in San Fransicko?

But, where do you want them to go… up there in Mar-a-lago with Donald Trump?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Palm Beach is pretty much the liberal elite, apart from Trump and Limbaugh. Across from Mar-a-Lago lives failed Democratic Gubernatorial candidate and known Commiefornia slumlord, Jeff Greene.

Anonymous
9 months ago

“Palm Beach is pretty much the liberal elite, apart from Trump and Limbaugh”

But, isn’t there plenty of conservative elite places for Trump and Limbaugh to live in in this country… why Palm Beach?

Anonymous
9 months ago

Every single time someone is “moving to Miami” the comment section is a bloodbath. Can we just go oh that’s nice hopefully they get involved in the community and enjoy the city and move on? Jesus H

pitpitty
9 months ago

keep that POS in san fran…. mayor considering 1% into bitcoin, you got to be kidding me…

Anonymous
9 months ago

Maybe he can help with the bike lanes.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Geez.. of all the things this city has to worry about improving on, you’re only concerned about “bike lanes?”

Anonymous
9 months ago

Investing public funds in bitcoin is probably the most Miami thing I have ever heard…
Morons fill 3500 Pan American Drive

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yes. I keep hearing “tech” people but the more you dig in it’s crypto currency folks. Not surprising. Florida is a sunny place for shady people.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Well, it was once the home of the Cali Cartel.

Azarius
9 months ago

No body in Miami wants to walk 5 miles no where

Anonymous
9 months ago

But we will drive 5 miles in our cool air-conditioned cars.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Is anyone going to laugh with me over investing public funds in bitcoin

Anonymous
9 months ago

Nah.. we already have Marlins Stadium so you’re small fry.

Anonymous
9 months ago

I see he shaved his Bin Laden beard that made even Ted Cruz’s facial hair look less creepy.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Who cares

Anonymous
9 months ago

Title is misleading, Im sure Jack wouldnt be caught dead living here full time.

The One
9 months ago

Imagine for a second indulging in the inane echo chamber that is this comment section. Here you can find a collection of the worlds stupidest, ravaging fanatics screaming about.. nothing! They’re insane, do you really think it would make sense?

Tweety
9 months ago

If it’s true, it will be good to help diversify our economy. And maybe these “San Francisco liberals” will help counterbalance the crime families that have had a stranglehold on our government for generations.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Yawwwwwn. Here we go again! Queue up the ‘City X is dead because someone rich is leaving it for City Y, which as a result pushes it on course to become el numero uno city of the universe’. Good grief. Words cannot express the stupidity of people in this town. Small town, small mentality. And they are not even a bit embarrassed because of course they have no idea how they are coming off.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Well, what do you expect?.. a lot of these people were riding donkeys where they came from.

Real civilization and democracy is a b!tch to get use to!

Anonymous
9 months ago

Hopefully, with all these Californians and New Yorkers moving here we’ll have legal weed soon! 🙏

Anonymous
9 months ago

We’re doing fine without them honestly lol we almost passed it before. 2022 is 100% the year it gets legalized

Anonymous
9 months ago

Who needs weed? You obviously weren’t around in the early 1980s. Real man’s drugs!

Anonymous
9 months ago

Legal weed.. what would be the difference? Weed and drugs are sold and used everywhere in Miami, even in front of police officers and nothing happens.

Anonymous
9 months ago

EVERYONE SHOULD MOVE TO MIAMI.
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