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Twitter allegedly blocking PEPE tweets

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David Gokhshtein, founder of Gokhshtein Media and a prominent cryptocurrency influencer, has sent an open letter to Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, asking him whether or not he has been censoring tweets and memes that are linked to the Pepe (PEPE) meme cryptocurrency. 

In the comment thread, a few users on Twitter admitted that they had experienced the same problem with tweets from PEPE.

Gokhshtein tweeted that he thinks the platform is censoring tweets related to PEPE since he has received many alerts indicating “tweet unavailable.” Gokhshtein made this assertion because he has been receiving a lot of these notifications.

A Twitter commenter said he has also been receiving the same content. Other individuals who participated in the discussion thread observed that it is high time for Crypto Twitter to start paying attention to other meme currencies like FLOKI. 

Some individuals feel that people are now talking less about PEPE since they have earned a lot of money on it and have shifted to other “degen projects” to make money on. One user stated in jest that Elon Musk does not want PEPE to get too successful that it may replace his preferred meme currency, DOGE.

PEPE price analysis

Pepe, who has been making headlines in the past few days, is picking up a bullish trend, recording an increase of close to 1% within 24 hours. 

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PEPE 24-hour chart | Source: CoinMarketCap

PEPE, currently at the top of CoinMarketCap’s trending list, had recorded an increase of 0.89% in price valuation within a day of trading. PEPE is currently sitting on a weekly gain of 98%, as its monthly gain stood at 3162% as of the time of writing. 

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