Bitcoiners Posting About Being Shadow Banned For Engagement Stunned To Find Out In Twitter Files They Weren't Targeted

Bitcoiners Posting About Being Shadow Banned For Engagement Stunned To Find Out In Twitter Files They Weren't Targeted

In the most recent twitter files, Matt Taibbi made it clear that the Feds working inside Twitter had no interest in Bitcoiners. "There is a large angry group of Twitter users with #Bitcoin in their bios that post constantly about being shadow banned, which appears to be some sort of engagement farming technique. I have found zero evidence that Twitter employees sought to suppress any accounts associated with Bitcoin," stated Taibbi on a Twitter space.

Posts of individuals claiming to be shadow banned seemed to garner immense amounts of engagement. Their claims of being shadow banned also are difficult to argue now that views each post get is now public.

There are two tiers of individuals who complain of being shadow banned. There are the ones who have bad tweets and there are the ones who use this as an attempt to get engagement. Complaining of being shadow banned for engagement farming now has its final nail in the coffin.

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Tokenized Conference Tickets: A P2P Electronic and Financialized Ticketing System

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