Social media giant Twitter has sued CEO Elon Musk for shutting down a bot that allows users to tip others with the memetic crypto Dogecoin (DOGE).
According to one of the program’s designers, the bot purged Along with many other robots as part of Twitter’s new policy to combat automated spam.
In January, if fast-food giant McDonald’s started accepting DOGE, the programmer who doubled down on Musk to eat Happy Meals on TV said the bot’s only use would be to tip others with DOGE. was.
“Elon Musk, our tip bot MyDogeTip has been suspended due to the recent Twitter bot purge. it was done.”
Twitter allowed users to tip each other in Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) last year, but Dogecoin is officially added to the list despite Musk being a DOGE supporter. There was no.
The bot purge also sparked a backlash from the Dogecoin community. According to MemeToken’s chief technology officer, delete Creating a bot without creating a replacement is an insult to the DOGE community.
“If Twitter support shuts down MyDogeTip, they better build something great for Dogecoin…because otherwise it would be a tremendous FU for the DOGE community.”
The CTO is contacted Twitter support believes the bot was deleted in error and is requesting that the issue be resolved.
“I have appealed and am awaiting a response. I have worked with TwitterSupport in the past and have always followed their guidelines. My guess is this is either a mistake or a mass reporting attack!”
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