Elon Musk responded to Dogecoin founder Jackson Palmer via tweet, especially the help Palmer gave four years ago.
In 2018, Musk complained about Twitter bots driving cryptocurrency scams in response to his tweets. At the time, Palmer offered to share a code snippet that would resolve the issue, with Palmer saying at the time, “Elon has a script… We had a good discussion that @jack and the Twitter team should automate and fix the issue. how”
To this day, Musk, who is in the process of acquiring Twitter, will have the ability to make changes and actually try to fix the problem. (Though the deal was suspended due to concerns that there could be more fake accounts on Twitter than the social media site claimed.)
But Musk claims Palmer’s code doesn’t help. “You claim your lame Python example can get rid of bots.” Musk sayOn Twitter, ‘My kids coded better when they were 12, than the crap that Jackson sent them.’
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