Shibburn Account Unexpectedly Shut Down
The Twitter account Shibburn, which is popular amongst the crypto community and tracks the Shiba Inu (SHIB) burn, has been unexpectedly shut down. This has caused a stir, as the account holders had reached out to prominent figures such as Elon Musk and Linda Yaccarino, the new CEO of Twitter, to try and seek a solution.
The Shiba Inu Burn Twitter account has seen a lot of attention from the crypto world due to its involvement and news about the Shiba Inu coin, $SHIB, especially regarding its burn rate. Their most recent post was 11 hours ago and now they have tweeted a query about why they have been suspended.
The tweet by the account holders stated that the Developer Portal has shown a breach of Twitter Rules and policies by their app. They also noted that an email was supposed to be sent to them with additional information, but they have yet to receive it. Additionally, they have experienced difficulties in submitting a support ticket as the form is not visible.
Twitter Moderation Policies Called Into Question
The abrupt halt has sparked a flurry of conjecture and discussion among the cryptocurrency community, as many people are now raising doubts about Twitter’s transparency and consistency in regards to its moderation policies.
In an effort to increase recognition of their plight and to solicit assistance and involvement from renowned people on Twitter, the Shibburn account used the tags to attract notice. The account holders eagerly await a reply from Twitter in response to their plea.
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Twitter recently suspended another account, which was not the first one. On June 19, after Elon Musk accused it of being a “scam crypto account”, the platform took down the account of the well-known meme coin-associated AI bot named “Explain This Bob”.
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