While Elon Musk‘s attempt to get Twitter is stalling, whether, by accident or design, he is not staying silent on Twitter (as usual). The eccentric billionaire and Tesla CEO is feuding with Dogecoin co-founder Jackson Palmer over a piece of code that allegedly could help reduce Twitter Bots.
When Musk made his bid for the platform, he promised to defeat spambots. However, the latter stated that he would be unable to proceed with the deal until Twitter provided evidence that no more than 5% of accounts on the platform are bots.
While that may appear to be a pretext, Jackson Palmer may have a solution. Unfortunately, if Elon is to be believed, he does not want to hear about it.
He went on to say:
Musk left a few kind words for Billy Markus, the other Dogecoin co-founder. However, this could be because Markus did not question Musk’s code-reading abilities:
For the time being, Musk’s bid to buy Twitter remains in limbo, and spambots continue to dominate the platform.
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