Tesla CEO Elon Musk said yesterday that “90% of [his] The comments are bots, “Share a screenshot of various fake accounts Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao responds to Musk.
“Twitter Please, I see enough of my boss already.” replied Binance’s official Twitter account. “Can you help so that I don’t have to see him 99 again every day?”
Zhao joined soon after, Indicates That while he is the real person in the tweet, 90% of Musk’s comments are actually bots.
This comes amid Misk’s long and controversial road to acquiring the social media platform next pledge $44 billion to buy Twitter for $54.20 per share.
Zhao too got back Musk’s decision to allocate $500 million for the acquisition. Crypto-focused venture firms such as Sequoia and Andreessen Horowitz also joined, posting $800 million and $400 million, respectively.
Before Trying to undo the dealThe Tesla boss had big plans to take control of Twitter.
according to To a leaked Q&A with Twitter employees he’s seen FoxMusk plans to open the platform “so that people can criticize it, improve it, and identify bugs, potential or bias.”
There were also plans for an edit button and for DogecoinEnabled subscription options.
Musk says Twitter’s business depends on bot accounts
Since the initial terms set forth in April, both Musk and Twitter have been embroiled in legal battles, with the Tesla CEO claiming that Twitter to lie About the number of spam accounts on the platform.
Musk went further Indicates That the deal “cannot go ahead” until Twitter discloses this information.
20% of accounts are fake/spam, while 4 times what Twitter claims could be *much* much higher.
My presentation was based on the accuracy of the SEC’s Twitter filings.
Yesterday, the CEO of Twitter publicly refused to provide evidence of
On July 12, Twitter CEO Brett Taylor chirp The company will sue Musk to keep him.”responsible for its contractual obligations.”
On the other hand, Musk believes that “Twitter tricked him into signing a $44 billion merger deal.” to me for archiving.
Tesla head replied In court, he alleges that the social media giant has “characterised” the spam accounts and that the data contained “numerous material misrepresentations or omissions that distorted the value of Twitter and led the Musk parties to agree to take over the company at a high price.”
according to to me ReutersAs of August, Musk plans to go ahead with the Twitter deal if the company can verify the amount of spam and real accounts.
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