Dogecoin’s parents are fighting

01.06.2022 08:27
by Srđan Jovanović
1 min read

Billionaire Elon Musk and Dogecoin (DOGE) co-founder Jackson Palmer are locked in battle on social media over Palmer’s claim that he could remove Twitter bots with a simple Python script.

Australian Palmer said in an interview that his script was capable of automatically tweeting replies to scam tweets as a way of indicating that users should beware of the danger. He told news outlet Crikey on May 30 that Musk had reached out to get the script, but claimed the billionaire’s technical knowledge was so deficient that he didn’t know how to run it.

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