Twitter’s new epoch will be a chute-the-chute; Twitter’s “Chief Twit” and the CEO of Tesla might evince an ersatz narration of Twitter. One after the other, Elon Musk is reportedly pondering to plot a wide open fence around the blue tick users by quadrupling the subscription cost. Currently, blue tick users have been charging 4 dollars to relish the features of Twitter, but the new revised price would mean making users pay a staggering $20 to stay back in the blue tick room.
Merely many blue tick holders have already started indicating they would instead carry a white theme after their name. “New dawn,” “New Chief,” and “New beginning” for Twitter kicked off a few days back, and we have seen Elon Musk carrying a ponderous yet saccharine Sink into the headquarters of Twitter on the first day. Doesn’t it indicate the nimble firings of Twitter’s former top executives? Mayhaps it doesn’t; the skewers were used to choose the candidates to participate in the firing segment.
On Sunday, the new Twitter Blue tick policy started to hover around the platform as users may require to pay a hollering fee to retain their verified services. Twitter verification provides accounts that had to pay a subscription cost, to have a little checkmark badge authenticating their identity to fellow users.
Howbeit, the current fee demands the users to pay a fair amount on the platform. Moreover, according to The Verge, Twitter plans to raise the bit of the Twitter Blue subscription. It plans to increase it from a $4.99 monthly cost to an unacceptable $19.99 per month.
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How can it cost the same as a premium Netflix pack but not appreciate good content? Twitter expected changes would allow users who aren’t verified to eventually snatch the desired blue tick badge. Users who complete the criteria of being active on the platform and reaffirming their identity can get verified. If this continues, it would essentially make the platform attempt to fight misinformation and great content.