Some users in the Crypto Twitter space are already seeing a decrease in the number of scam bots after Elon Musk’s recent updates to the social media platform, according to some users in the Crypto Twitter space.
Elon Musk’s latest Salvo in his war against Crypto spam bots on Twitter seems to have had a real effect, with the Crypto Community reporting a significant decrease in the quantity of bots answering their messages. In a Dec.11, tweet, the Twitter CEO predicted that “bots are in for a surprise tomorrow” and later revealed that they’ve discovered a small number of people behind countless bot/savage accounts, and that the platform will close down IP locations of “known agitators.
He then followed up by saying that although scammers may use other means to bypass the IP address block, Twitter will be “shutting them down as soon as they appear,” Musk told Musk in a Dec.
in a September 11 post, “I made a test post and instead of seeing 50 bot responses I only saw one much progress, very hype.
PlanB, a Bitcoinanalyst and investor, posted a chart to see how many bots would respond.
no bot responses had appeared in the comments at the time of writing.
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin also noticed that while “Twitter seems to be marginally better to utilize of late,” he couldn’t figure out whether there had been a decrease in bots because of Musk.
“No thought how to separate separated stuff Elon did versus crypto-winter versus my cerebrum envisioning changes that aren’t really there,” he said.
Some have revealed that the bot reactions actually appear on posts, yet are immediately eliminated by the platform.
Twitter spam and scam bots have been a plague on the platform and were seen by Musk as one of his top needs for Twitter in the wake of assuming control in October.
In his latest post, Musk also implied that the platform will plan to make a lawful move against scammers on Twitter from now on, however offered no extra subtleties.
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