Dogecoin founder vs Elon Musk: anti-spam Twitter bot code

Tesla CEO Elon Musk & Doge founder Jackson Palmer are locked in a fight over a programmed script. 

Jackson Palmer is one of the co-founders of the Dogecoin project. In 2013, Jackson launched Dogecoin with his friend Billy Markus. Billy Markus is known as a close friend of Tesla CEO Elon Musk. But here current discussion revealed that Billy’s friend Jackson is totally against Elon.

Recently Jackson Palmer appeared in an interview with Crikey. Through the interview, Elon said that he presented a script, which was able to tweet in the spam comments or posts on Twitter, to bring a better ecosystem & avoid bad actors in the Twitter space. 

Jackson said that Elon was not aware to use the script, which was made by him.

“Elon reached out to me to get hold of that script and it became apparent very quickly that he didn’t understand coding as well as he made out.”

On 31 May, Tesla’s CEO responded against the statement of Jackson Palmer through a tweet thread. Elon said that his 12-year kid can write a better code or script than Jackson did. 

Through the tweet, Elon challenged Jackson to introduce the script publicly, to show the value of his creation.

Doge fan Elon Musk 

Elon Musk is the biggest fan of Dogecoin but here the current situation is not hinting better for the Dogecoin community because on one side Elon is a fan of Dogecoin and another side Jackson is a co-founder of Doge.

Elon is currently under the activities to bring twitter under his ownership. Elon believes that Twitter is a better platform but the ecosystem is not much better. For 5 to 6 months, Elon criticized the Twitter team, for their failure to prohibit & restrict the spammers. 

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