"Fifty Shades of Blockchain" – Outrageously Sinful CrypoBot Posts Funny Tweets

"Fifty Shades of Blockchain" – Outrageously Sinful CrypoBot Posts Funny Tweets

A naughty bot, created by Jackson Palmer, the founder of Dogecoin (DOGE), posts funny tweets, made up from “Fifty Shades of Grey” and various white papers from cryptocurrency projects.

Jackson Palmer, an Australian developer, and YouTuber who created the community-focused cryptocurrency Dogecoin in 2013, has come up with another comic project.

He has created a Twitter-bot that mixes up phrases from the famous ‘romance’ novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, by British author E. L. James, with jargon from numerous white papers of blockchain and cryptocurrency projects, and tweets the outcome on a daily basis.

“Make sure to follow @blockshade, it’ll post some deliciously sinful new #crypto analysis each day.” Jackson Palmer, wrote in his Twitter account

These are some of the hilarious tweets, produced by the bot:

“After breakfast, I shower quickly and cost-effectively exploit the price of LHT with labor-hours.”

“My inner goddess jumps up and runs broker nodes for more transactions per second.”

“He bites his lower lip in quiet contemplation, not taking his eyes off mine, he scrunches my panties in his hand, “you will not be used by Gnosis.”

“I groan… how can I resist him when he’s pre-occupied with the USD value.”

“He laughs as he gazes at me, I need space to store shards.”

The bot works as an automated text generator based on a Markov chain model; however, the results are not always satisfactory. While all tweets are 100% machine-generated, Palmer has to go through them and weed out complete rubbish before publication. Markov chains are not perfect for that purpose, that’s why the bot may be converted to a recurrent neural network (RNN) model in the future, he confessed.

The project has just launched, and the majority of Palmer’s followers liked the joke. Fifty Shades of Blockchain’s Twitter account has nearly 4,000 followers, even though it is only four days. Inspired by the initial success, Palmer promises to go on and develop the bot further by training it on new books, to supply the community with a funny mix of popular texts and blockchain jargon.

We all know how fun-loving the Dogecoin community is. They even raised about $30,000 in cryptocurrency to send Jamaican bobsled team to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.  The initiative caused 50% rise of Dogecoin exchange rate in just 12 hours.