Roger Ver says Twitter appears to be blocking tweets about money that was not being spent by the state.
Roger Ver, founder of Bitcoin.com, says Twitter appears to be preventing him from tweeting about money that wasn’t spent by the state.
See said who tried to tweet about immediate near field communication, or NFC payments for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens from be.cash, but could not.
It seems that Twitter is preventing me from sending certain tweets that advertise non-government spending. pic.twitter.com/7JiZ6G9jXA
– Roger Ver (@rogerkver) July 19, 2020
It seems that Twitter is preventing me from sending certain tweets that advertise money that was not spent by the state.
See who drove BCH didn’t seem to be one of the users affected by Twitter hacking. Multiple Twitter accounts including celebrities and cryptocurrency exchanges, They were attacked as part of a large-scale hack on the social media platform. The hacker asked people to donate Bitcoin to a website that no longer exists “CryptoforHealth”.
In June, Ver said that YouTube blocked YouTube.com’s YouTube account “for basically no reason.” YouTube overruled the decision, saying the suspension was inadvertently made.