The account holders expressed in their tweet that the Developer Portal indicates a violation of Twitter Rules and policies by their app.
The Shiba Inu Burn Twitter account, which is well-engaged with the crypto community, has been unexpectedly suspended. This suspension has garnered attention because the account holders had reached out to influential individuals like Elon Musk and Twitter’s new CEO, Linda Yaccarino, in their plea for assistance and a resolution.
The Shiba Inu Burn Twitter account has gained significant traction among the crypto community for its engagement and updates related to the Shiba Inu coin, $SHIB, especially about their burn rates. Their last update was 11 hours ago and now they tweeted about asking the reason for the suspension.
The account holders expressed in their tweet that the Developer Portal indicates a violation of Twitter Rules and policies by their app. They also mentioned that an email providing additional information was supposed to be sent to them, but they have not received it yet. Moreover, they have encountered challenges while trying to submit a support ticket, as no form is appearing.
Our Twitter app was suspended a few hours ago, and we strongly believe this to be a mistake. A message on the Developer Portal states that our app has violated Twitter Rules and policies. It also mentioned that an email…
— Shibburn (@shibburn) June 24, 2023
The sudden suspension has ignited a flurry of speculation and deliberation among the crypto community, as numerous individuals are now questioning the transparency and consistency of Twitter’s moderation procedures.
In an attempt to raise awareness of their situation and seek support and intervention from prominent figures in the Twitter realm, the Shibburn account utilized the tags to draw attention. The account holders eagerly anticipate a response from Twitter regarding their plea.
This isn’t the first account the messaging app has suspended recently. On June 19, Twitter suspended the account of the popular meme coin-linked artificial intelligence-powered bot “Explain This Bob” after Elon Musk alleged it was a “scam crypto account.”