Elon Musk’s Warning for Twitter Scammers Impacted the Fall in Crypto Bots?
Musk continues to halt Twitter scammers, and challenges Twitter bots to “attack” him.
Billy Markus claims only fewer bots appeared on a test post he recently tweeted.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, is continuing to battle with spam bots. In his latest tweet thread, Musk openly challenged the Twitter bots to “attack” him, by adding two emoticons that portray bots and trolls on Twitter.
Calling all &
Please attack me!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 11, 2022
However, the crypto communities on Twitter are reporting a dramatic decline in crypto bots using the platform. According to the communities, they are witnessing a sharp decrease in the number of bots responding to their tweets, following Elon Musk’s action on scammers on Twitter.
Crypto Spam Bots Vanish From Twitter
In response to Musk’s recent post regarding the Twitter bots, Billy Markus, the co-creator of Dogecoin (DOGE) claimed that he noticed only fewer bots appeared on a test post he had created.
Billy Markus stated:
i made a test post and instead of seeing 50 bot replies i only saw one, much progress, very hype.
Also, PlanB, a Bitcoin analyst and investor, tweeted a chart to track the bots responding to the post. It shows that only a few bots have occurred in the comment section. Earlier, Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum came up with the need to fix the Twitter bot issue.
Markus furtherly queried Musk on Sunday that “are the bots dead” and Musk responded, “Mostly.” As a reaction to this, DOGE’s co-creator posted a meme with the content “Burn Them All.”
However, Elon Musk has added that the spam bots will try other methods to appear and Twitter will eliminate them as soon as they arrive. Additionally, Twitter is also planning to take legal action against the scammers that will be “anywhere on Earth.”
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Filed under: Bitcoin - @ December 12, 2022 7:16 am