No more Crypto Twitter bots as Musk ends the game of scammers <br><br><br>

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No more Crypto Twitter bots as Musk ends the game of scammers

New Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s continued efforts to remove bots on Twitter have received a commendable impact. Many Twitter users from the crypto community have reported that they now experience less number of bots on their posts.

The CEO took to Twitter to hint the users about the fruitfulness of his efforts to remove scammer’s accounts. He said in the post, “bots are in for a surprise tomorrow,”  and also found out that a smaller group of people are doing a large number of scams. He also informed us that the platform will block/shut the IP addresses of those behind the bot/troll, also known as “bad actors.”

He further explained even if bot/scammers again try to circumvent the blocked IP addresses, the microblogging site will be  “shutting them down as soon as they show up.”

The co-creator of meme coin, Dogecoin, Shibetoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonym of Billy Markus respond to Musk in a post shared on Dec 11, “I made a test post and instead of seeing 50 bot replies I only saw one much progress, very hype.”

One more user respond to the new development on the platform by posting a chart to check if he receives bot replies or not; till that time, no scammers had received zero bots.

Vitalik Buterin, the Ethereum founder, also mentioned while “Twitter *seems* to be marginally better to use lately,” he couldn’t say about the reduction of bots are due to efforts from Musk. he said, “No idea how to separate apart stuff Elon did vs crypto-winter vs my brain imagining changes that aren’t actually there.”

A few users on Twitter have also reported that there have seen bots, however, they were removed by the platform immediately.

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