Child Begs on Twitter For Bitcoins, Spams over 15,000 Tweets


We’ve all seen or experienced our own forms of begging stories and recently a kid on Twitter was begging for Bitcoins had spammed over 15,000 tweets. This account on Twitter contained over more than 15,000 similar tweets where the owner of the account was begging for one bitcoin from a person by the name of “BeastGangPaulers”.

Begging from cryptocurrency is quite common, you’ll see it all over the place from forums to gambling sites and even exchange troll boxes. Heck, even accounts owned by some of the most influential cryptocurrency people out there contain tons of messages with people begging them for some form of digital asset.

Beggar

The twitter account of this beggar goes by the name of ‘Give Me Bitcoin’ and seems to be running of some sort of script do to the same message being repeatedly sent. The account specifically spammed BeastGangPaulers account for cryptocurrency and kept going at throughout all of its 15,000 tweets. On average, the account posted at least a single tweet every hour, and sometimes even doubled it from there.

The tweets read as:

“HEY, IT’S THE TOP OF THE HOUR TIME TO BEG MRBEASTYT FOR A BITCOIN. PLS GIVE ME A BITCOIN OR ITS 30 MINUTES PAST THE HOUR TIME TO BEG MRBEASTYT FOR A BITCOIN.”

BeastGangPauler did eventually respond to the spam by blocking the Twitter handle of this child spammer and addressed this recent conundrum through his YouTube channel.

Our Thoughts

Begging for cryptocurrency is going to get you nowhere, since most people will just ignore it and keep it for themselves. It’s best to try and invest your own into which ever cryptocurrency you prefer or at least not spend it all on some gambling site.

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Keith Wang

Keith Wang is a writer and programmer specializing in bitcoin and blockchain technology. Keith has been a long time believer of bitcoin and blockchain technology and spends his free time following up with blockchain news. You can contact Keith at keith@cryptomenow.com

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