Elon Musk has been making headlines for a variety of reasons. His current interest in taking over Twitter and his fondness for Dogecoin [DOGE] appear to have put him in the spotlight. Musk’s bid for Twitter has sparked a lot of debate. While some people are rooting for Musk to take over Twitter, others are worried about Trump’s possible return. Meanwhile, Jackson Palmer, a co-founder of the DOGE, feels Musk is on the verge of destroying the social media network.
The memecoin co-founder addressed Musk’s Twitter takeover during a recent interview. He continued by saying,
“The second I heard he was going to make a bid, I thought that he intended to destroy Twitter. I think if you look at what’s happening, that’s what’s happening. He was sowing a huge amount of discord and distrust on the platform, and there are huge amounts of churn and attrition from staff.“
Musk’s purchase of Twitter has been beset with problems. Several people are sceptical that the Twitter acquisition will go through due to the repeated delays. Palmer went on to say that Musk might be attempting to destroy all trust or that he’s crazy enough to believe he can construct an alternative.
Dogecoin co-creator’s first interaction with Musk
Palmer recalled his first encounter with Tesla CEO Elon Musk when discussing Musk’s Twitter takeover. Palmer allegedly messaged Musk on Twitter about a code that would instantly detect a cryptocurrency scam on someone’s Twitter account. The bot would then notify the social media giant about the scam. Palmer went on to tell numerous other crypto influencers about it. Musk was also interested in participating.
Elon Musk went on to become one of the most powerful figures in the cryptosphere. As a result, con artists have utilized Musk as the face of their phony “crypto giveaways” time and time again. Palmer’s script appeared to be a good fit for Musk. Musk, however, did not understand coding as well as he claimed, according to the Dogecoin co-founder. Musk reportedly asked the DOGE co-creator about running the Python script.
As Palmer continued to criticize Musk, the billionaire showed his support for Dogecoin by adopting it at SpaceX.