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Solana’s Threatening Forced Twitter to Restore the Suspended NFT Accounts

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On Wednesday, Twitter ceased the operation of around nine accounts that were associated with promoting Non-Fungible Tokens in the ecosystem sponsored by Solana. However, the social media handle has not released any official explanations for how and why the NFT-promoting accounts were suspended from the platform.

After the release of one of the most popular NFT collectibles –DeGods, on Solana Network, the launch of y00ts was most anticipated by the digital asset enthusiast. But, before the release of the new chain of collectibles on the Solana network, Twitter suspended the operation of some of the NFT-promoting handles on its platform.

In response to Twitter’s harsh actions, the communication head of the Solana Foundation—Austin Federa—asked the social media handle to bring back the suspended NFT handles. The company had paused all ad spending until Twitter restores the NFT-promoting accounts. 

The restoration campaign of the NFT-promoting account received 20K+ likes in a single post: 

The mysteriously suspended NFT accounts have now been reinstated by Twitter and can be accessed from 12:00 pm EST. However, an explanation has yet to be received for the bizarre activities conducted by Twitter.

Also, a campaign started by the founder of DeGods collectibles has received 20,700 likes through a single post to restore the NFT-promoting accounts. In the same post, Federa commented that the Web 2.0 platforms need to draw a clear line between what is acceptable and what is not. They are putting up all the tactics to attract the creators of Web3.0 but imposing controls that cannot be accounted for by the Web 3.0 community.

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