Blockchain and sex, a BOT designed by Dogecoin’s creator for erotic statuses

Dogecoin’s Founder Jackson Palmer has made an energizing digital currency-related bot. The Twitter Bot called ‘@blockshade’ makes lascivious and lustful statements from the sentimental novel Fifty Shades of Gray with a blend of blockchain and digital currency terminologies.

Blockshade’s bio reads:

“A delightfully naughty Markov chain bot maintained by @ummjackson. Got some saucy whitepapers I should read? DMs are open.”

On describing how Jackson Palmer created the bot, he said that he “forced a bot to read Fifty Shades of Grey and a ton of cryptocurrency whitepapers and then asked it to tweet some blockchain fanfic.”

Fifty Shades is a series of erotic novels by E. L. James. The series of the novel traces the deepening relationship between a college graduate, Anastasia Steele, and a young business magnate, Christian Grey.

Jackson Palmer’s bot uses the concept on an automated text generator based on Markov Chain Model. The model is named after its creator Andrey Markov. It is a mathematical algorithmic system, one of the popular systems working as Markov is the PageRank system by Google.

Dogecoin’s creator is known for his funny remarks. The coin by Palmer was built as a joke in 2013 when the famous ‘Doge’ meme kept circulating on the internet. The joke transformed into an online sensation with a staggering capitalization of $60 million by January 2014.

Last month, Dogecoin indulged in a controversy with Bitcoin Cash. As Roger Ver, the co-founder of Bitcoin Cash talks in a YouTube video about Dogecoin being more popular than Bitcoin Cash, which appears over and over again on social media. He stated that ‘these people are Bitcoin Core supporters, or maybe paid trolls on the internet,’ both of which are “oftentimes one and the same”.

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