Elon Musk is known to be a person who doesn’t like wasting time, given his work ethic he has had enough of the Twitter scam bots. In a recent tweet to the creator of Dogecoin, Jackson Palmer, Elon Musk is seen to ask for help!
Elon Musk known the world over for being the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla tweeted to Palmer-
@ummjackson if you can help get rid of the annoying scam spammers, that would be much appreciated
— Buff Mage (@elonmusk) September 17, 2018
Palmer who most probably smiled after checking his notification from Elon Musk replied immediately telling Musk to get on with him on private chat.
Palmer did not miss out on the opportunity to highlight that Musk was happy with the script along with the main topic of the conversation being Jack Dorsen and his twitter teams lack of solving this problem.
Twitter scam bots are seen to be impersonating everyone from Elon Musk to even McAfee. Elon Musk found the bots pretty interesting two months ago,
I want to know who is running the Etherium scambots! Mad skillz …
— Buff Mage (@elonmusk) July 8, 2018
However, it looks like his patience is over, asking for help from a Crypto personality.
Just two weeks ago, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey told Congress it would use Blockchain to combat the various scams being exposed in Twitter.
Ethereum giveaway scam bots have reportedly stolen more than $4.3 million according to Bleeping Computer back in June. All thanks to the simple words of sending ex-amount of ETH and getting back 2x it, which feeds into the greed of the people.
The scam bots are seen to copy the profile picture to match the personality and even get the blue checks to make it look as real as possible.
Dogecoin creator Jackson Palmer has quite a lot of experience with Twitter Bots. Two months ago he created a bot which had content of the Fifty Shades of Grey book mixed with cryptocurrency jargons called @blockshade.
Jackson Palmer might have created Dogecoin as a joke with the ‘Doge’ internet meme, but it became an overall hit back in 2014, with it touching a market capitalization of $60 million.
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