Bitcoin.com founder Roger Ver says Twitter appears to be blocking him from sending tweets about non-state issued cash.
Ver stated he was making an attempt to ship tweets about prompt near-field communication, or NFC, funds for Bitcoin Money (BCH) and Easy Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens from be.money however was unable to.
It appears Twitter is obstructing me from sending sure tweets selling non state issued cash. pic.twitter.com/7JiZ6G9jXA
— Roger Ver (@rogerkver) July 19, 2020
Ver, who has been pushing BCH, didn’t appear to be one of many customers affected by the hack on Twitter. A number of Twitter accounts, together with celebrities and crypto exchanges, had been focused as a part of a large-scale hack of the social media platform. The hacker directed folks to donate Bitcoin to a now-defunct web site referred to as ‘CryptoforHealth.’
Again in June, Ver stated Youtube suspended Bitcoin.com’s Youtube account “for principally no cause.” Youtube reversed the choice and claimed the suspension was performed in error.