Twitter is a platform where community members can discuss issues in the crypto space from various aspects. However, these discussions are mostly “Why isn’t anyone talking about it?” spam bots that say and link to questionable projects or fraudulent pages. The ensemble also conveys its anger on this issue through sarcasm and art.
Absolutely no one:
Crypto bots in replies: WHY IS NOBODY TALKING ABOUT THIS?!
— Cointelegraph (@Cointelegraph) September 7, 2022
Crypto analyst Lark Davis screenshot of bots pretending to be Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao shared. Tagging Twitter, Davis demanded that they find a solution to this problem. The analyst describes Twitter as “the land of bots.”
Bot-impersonating Zhao also commented on the issue, saying that the bot issue should be prioritized on Twitter’s to-do list. Binance CEO also posted a video of multiple impersonators flocking to a thread. shared. For those who don’t understand the situation, Zhao also clarified that he didn’t personally comment on the post in question. brought.
Crypto investor Scott Melker said: “Why isn’t anyone talking about it?” Pay attention to the problem by writing the sentence in capital letters. pulled. On the other hand, an artist added his own interpretation by turning spam tweets into digital art costumes.
“why is nobody talking about this????” a garment made purely of crypto twitter scam messages
day 190 – My full unedited creative process for this piece below pic.twitter.com/XZq5OvSt0A
— Crypto Bushi ᵍᵐ (@thecryptobushi) August 24, 2022