Crypto community urges Twitter to commemorate Bitcoin pioneer Hal Finney's account

According to Cryptoslate, Twitter announced that it will delete inactive accounts in early December, the largest cleanup operation in the history of the platform, and the company said the move aims to increase credibility by removing dormant accounts and encourage people Actively use the platform. In response, the crypto community urged the company to commemorate the accounts of legendary programmer and early Bitcoin adopter Hal Finney, who said that there are some historically important accounts that are worth keeping. As many have pointed out, Finney's account has historical tweets about the origin of Bitcoin. In 2014, Finney died of complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and his body was frozen.