- Some NFT Twitter members say that toxicity is a problem for the rest of Twitter.
- DeGods NFT Twitter accounts have all been suspended by the platform.
- There is no official reasoning behind the suspensions released by Twitter as of yet.
In the last few days, Twitter has been buzzing, especially when it comes to the NFT community. One NFT Twitter member, @Helloimmorgan, shared her opinion on the current NFT Twitter landscape and said, “If you think NFT Twitter is toxic, you haven’t seen the rest of Twitter.”
The NFT Twitter space tends to become more toxic when the prices of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) drop, as collectors assert most of the blame on the creators.
Another Twitter user by the username @beaniemaxi stated that
Communities turn toxic when NFT prices drop. The pressure on creators (especially doxxed ones) isn’t sustainable long term. This year  probably won’t end well for collectors.
The NFT Twitter space is not the only sub-section of Twitter that is known for its toxicity, as Twitter has been ranked as one of the “most toxic apps,” according to SimpleTexting’s new study.
Indeed, it appears that @Helloimmorgan’s latest post has some substance to it, seeing that the SimpleTexting research showed that 38.1% of respondents said that Twitter had the most trolls.
When looking at other popular social media platforms, 26.9% of the respondents said that trolling on Facebook was a problem, and 14.8% brought up the problem with Reddit.
In related news, Twitter has suspended the official DeGods NFT accounts, along with Y00ts and members of the wider team. This latest move by the social media platform came as a massive shock to the DeGods NFT community. There has been no official statement released by the platform yet regarding the reasoning behind the suspensions.