He invaded Twitter. Since January 13, Britons can boast of having their own emoji flag. However, it does not yet exist, and this is what frustrates the .bzh association. For it to appear on our keyboards, it first needs the official recognition of the Unicode consortium which includes Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter. A first application was submitted in 2018; it is currently under study, because an emoji must meet very specific criteria.
To influence Unicode, the Brittany region and the .bzh association launched a campaign on Twitter: #emojibzh and #GwennHaDu. As soon as one of these hashtags is used, the emoji appears. In three days, he was observed over 100,000 times on Twitter. This campaign will last until February 9.