The social network Twitter announced that it will launch a new subscription system on Monday that includes a verification system that includes the well-known blue badge, after several delays by Elon Musk, owner of the company since October.
We will be relaunching Twitter Blue. Subscribe on the web for $8 a month or $11 a month on iOS devices—Apple’s operating system used on the iPhone—to get access to subscriber-only features, including the Blue Badge. In a topic.
So I made it clear that this seal will be replaced by a gold seal for corporations, while a gray seal will be added later for “governmental and multilateral” organizations. A blue badge will be given to subscribers “once the account is reviewed”.
Subscribers will also be able to edit their tweets, post high-quality videos, read mode, change their Twitter name, and show their name or profile picture, although they qualified “If they do this, they will temporarily lose the blue badge until their account is revised again.”
Thank you for your patience as we work to improve Twitter. We’re excited and look forward to providing more information soon,” Twitter found. Musk announced in November his decision to delay the platform’s payment verification program until November 29 to ensure it was “very solid.”
Musk’s decision came after several days in which users of the social network who opted to pay $7.99 a month indicated that they were unable to access the “Twitter Blue” functionality.
The new payment model proposed by the billionaire was suspended after allowing numerous users to obtain verification to impersonate entities of recognized status, damaging the reputation of companies or public figures.