The burn-tracking Shiba Inu (SHIB) Twitter account, Shibburn, which is well engaged with the crypto community, has been unexpectedly suspended. This suspension drew attention because account holders reached out to influencers like Elon Musk and new Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino in their plea for help and a resolution.
The Shibburn account has gained popularity with the crypto community for its engagement and updates related to SHIB, especially when it comes to its burn rates.
Shibburn said Twitter’s developer portal indicates a violation of rules and policies by its app. He also mentioned that an email providing additional information was to be sent to them, but they have not yet received it. Also, they had trouble trying to submit a support ticket because no form appears.
Our Twitter app was suspended a few hours ago, and we strongly believe that was a mistake. A message on the developer portal states that our application has violated Twitter rules and policies. He also mentioned that an email…
— Shibburn (@shibburn) June 24, 2023
The sudden suspension sparked a flurry of speculation and deliberation within the crypto community, with many now questioning the transparency and consistency of Twitter’s moderation procedures.
The Shibburn account has tagged several personalities in the Twitter field to help raise awareness of the situation and anticipates a response from Twitter.
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This is not the first account the social media app has suspended recently. On June 19, Twitter suspended popular AI-powered coin-linked bot’s account “Explain This Bob” after Elon Musk alleged it was a “fraudulent crypto account”. .
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