Twitter unsuspended the account of Stani Kulechov, founder and CEO of the DeFi protocol Aave. The social media platform recently banned Kulechov after he twitted about becoming Twitter's interim CEO. The tweet was posted amid hot discussions about Elon Musk's $44 billion deal to buy the company.
The social media company removed the ban 24 hours later. In an Twitter thread, Kulechov wrote that the post he previously made supposed to be a joke about becming an interim CEO. He continued the joke describing the roadmap of Twitter which included shipping the edit button, making the platform more open with open-source algorithms and creating more decentralized Twitter. Then the AAVE CEO got suspended and hashtag Stani movement started. Eventually, Stani could get back in.
Returning, Kulechov jockingly wrote that he decided to leave his position as the interim CEO of Twitter and focus on the decentralized social graph Lens Protocol and Aave.
Kulechov noted that he couldn't communicate with his only public facing audience, no one could follow him and he couldn't access messages for a period of time. Next, Kulechov wrote he believes in the ownership economy and the ethos of web 3.