More than 10 million users have signed up for X, formerly known as Twitter, in December, X CEO Linda Yaccarino announced on Thursday.
This news came after the company is about to lose $75 million in the revenues of the advertising by the end of the year as various brands plan to halt their campaigns on X, according to the New York Times.
These companies Apple, Disney, Warner Bros Discovery , Comcast, Lions Gate Entertainment , and Paramount Global.
Last month, Israeli media has accused Elon Musk, the owner of the "X" platform, formerly known as Twitter, of promoting anti-Semitism after he agreed with a post stating that Jews "fuel hatred against whites."
Musk, who has faced strong criticism from the Anti-Defamation League and the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs due to his previous statements, responded on Wednesday to a user who posted a criticism of a video by the Anti-Defamation League Foundation against anti-Semitism.
The video features a father speaking to his son about the hate he has spread online, reprimanding him for his speech.