Elon Musk, one of the most vocal supporters of DOGE, and Billy Markus, the lone Dogecoin co-founder, took to Twitter and slammed YouTube cryptocurrency fraudsters that exploit the name of the Uniswap system to bilk unsuspecting small investors seeking fast profits from cryptocurrency.
Markus stated that he planned to dress up as Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao (“CZ”). DOGE’s founder referred to a number of Twitter bots that mimicked CZ and asked, “why isn’t anyone talking about this?”.
imma dress up as @cz_binance for halloween this year
i'll start all conversations with "whyyy isn't anyonee talking about thiss??" pointing to a scam youtube uniswap video playing on my phone
— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@BillyM2k) September 9, 2022
After Markus suggested dressing up as CZ for Halloween, Elon Musk made a joke about dressing up as a sink to encourage the DOGE founder. Both Markus and Tesla boss Elon Musk complains about crypto scams from time to time. A recent report by U.Today claimed he had complained about multiple bots impersonating CZ.
Furthermore, Binance’s head of operations took to Twitter recently to complain about the number of bots on Twitter. This issue has been brought to the attention of the Twitter team by the Binance chief.
— Doge Norway🇳🇴 (@DogecoinNorway) September 9, 2022
He recently complained about several bots mimicking CZ, according to U.Today. Binance’s CEO also recently commented on Twitter that bots are “simply everywhere” on the platform. The Twitter team was tasked with fixing this problem by Binance’s CEO.