Twitter spammed people’s phones with cryptic notifications

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Twitter spammed people’s phones with cryptic notifications

Twitter, the Bluth Company of Silicon Valley social networks, kicked off Tuesday by sending users incomprehensible text strings via push notification. A wide range of Twitter users tweeted their notifications, which consisted of long strings of numbers and lowercase letters, followed by a colon and another number. Maybe it’s a random burst of data. Maybe Twitter has revealed the nuclear launch codes! Either way, it should be a fun afternoon.
Tapping on the notifications simply opens your notifications tab — and not, as you might have guessed from reading one, the company’s private Bitcoin address. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey received a bunch of the notifications himself, and promised that Twitter is “on it.”
Minutes after tweeting that the…

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