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Erotica with Blockchain, Just how Funny is Fifty Shades on Blockchain?

Jackson Palmer, the creator of Dogecoin has developed a Twitter bot @blockshade which brings the erotic dialogues from the popular novel Fifty Shades of Grey and mixes them with Blockchain and Crypto jargons. Palmer said he forced the bot to read the novel and a “ton” of whitepapers. That explains the spewing of tweets such as

My tongue tentatively strokes his nose in my hair, but I can make the worst-case assumption that the nodes check if a block reward exists.

Dogecoin, a joke started in December, 2013 with an internet meme for a logo actually turned into a viral hit in the community. Doge enjoys a market cap of $267 Million at the time of this writing.

Fifty Shades of Grey is a first book of the Fifty shades trilogy written by English author E.L. James that have sold over 125 million copies and has been adapted into a hugely popular film series with the same name.

We picked up the few tweets from the bot for your entertainment.

The bot has over 4000 followers now is being lauded by the crypto community.

How does it work?

The bot works on the Markov chain Model. It is a text generating algorithm based on a process developed by Russian mathematician Andrey Markov. The process can be used to create predictive model that determines the other set of events based on the first set of events. Something that google uses in its predictive search results.

Can this Sex texting- blockchain merging bot become a viral sensation like Dogecoin? Let us know what you think in the comments below

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