American billionaire Elon Musk has again had a fight on Twitter with his controversial tweets, this time against Jackson Palmer, co-founder of the cryptocurrency Dogecoin.
Musk downplayed the strength of this currency’s coding, noting that his children write better code than that, in response to Palmer, who described the American billionaire as a “crook,” according to Business Insider.
The story began during an interview with Australian news site Crikey, when Palmer said he sent a message to Musk on Twitter several years ago after he created a bot that could help identify cryptocurrency scams on Twitter.
“Mask does not understand the encoding”
In it, he said: “It became clear that Musk didn’t understand coding and that he didn’t know how to make the Python language work.”
Also, he added: “He’s really good at pretending to know, and that’s very clear in his promise to auto Self-driving Tesla “.
My kids wrote better code when they were 12 than the nonsense script Jackson sent me.
Like I said, if it’s so great, he should share it with the world and make everyone’s experience with Twitter better. If he does, you will see what I mean.
Jackson Palmer is a tool.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 31, 2022
In response to this, Musk tweeted on Tuesday about the Palmer code dating back to 2018, saying, “My kids wrote better code when they were 12 than the gibberish text he sent me, and if it was that cool he should share it with the world. and improves everyone’s Twitter experience. “
He didn’t write a single line.
Ballmer, for his part, took the opportunity to share the code he had posted on GateHun 4 years ago, writing on Twitter: “I never said it was too complicated, but this simple script certainly managed to detect and report accounts. less complex scam in 2018. Now their methods and I have shared the script with many and it has worked for them.
Musk continued his attack on Palmer and wondered if Palmer had contributed to the creation of this coin and said, “Palmer always forgets to mention that he didn’t write a single line in the Dogecoin code.”
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