Elon Musk wants to turn verification into a benefit for Twitter Blue

After long debates Tesla CEO Elon Musk finally bought Twitter. After the purchase some changes have started to show up. Here are details.

Elon Musk wants to turn verification into a benefit for Twitter Blue
Twitter changes after Elon Musk's purchase

After Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter started to have some changes on the platform. Musk explained that he bought the platform for the greater good and not for his own purposes, but it looks like he also has some plans for the platform as well. According to Platformer's Casey Newton and The Verge, Twitter is planning to make the Blue subscription plan. The plan will cost $5 per month, mandatory for verified users with Elon Musk in charge.

Elon Musk wants to turn verification into a benefit for Twitter Blue

elon musk wants some changes

Users who have been verified (politicians, celebrities, journalists, etc.)will lose the blue check mark if they don't sign up for the service within the next 90 days. Additionally, project workers have reportedly been informed that they will be fired unless the changes are implemented by November 7. In the US, Twitter introduced Blue at the end of last year for $3 per month, but in July, the price was raised to $5.It gives subscribers access to features like custom icons, top articles, and the ability to edit tweets.The organization hasn't uncovered endorser numbers, income or different subtleties for Twitter Blue, yet by far most of its income (89%) comes from publicizing, as indicated by Investopedia.

Yesterday, Musk explain ed, "the whole verification process is being revamped right now."  Many individuals have tweeted about the change, and many of them would not pay $20 to maintain their verified status. Users have also noted that the new system may worsen Twitter's bot and spam problems, which Musk seems to despise.Katie Mack, a cosmologist and author, tweeted, "The point of Twitter verification is that... it's useful to be able to verify their statements are coming from them."It is not intended to be a status symbol but rather a tool for countering false information."