Elon Musk Is Hell Bent On Charging Money For ‘Blue Tick’ From Twitter Users: Suggests $8/Month Charge!

A lot of things are changing over at the Twitter office. Ever since Elon Musk acquired the social media platform, he has changed the way things work.

Elon Musk Is Hell Bent On Charging Money For 'Blue Tick' From Twitter Users: Suggests $8/Month Charge!

He started by firing the CEO, and now, he has stated that the famous “blue tick” will be chargeable – $8 a month!

Read on to find out all the details!

Twitter Changes: $8 For Blue Tick?

The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, took over Twitter in a $44 billion deal. Musk fired Twitter Chief Executive Parag Agrawal, Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal, and Chief Legal Affairs and Policy Officer Vijaya Gadde after the $44 billion buyout that stretched for six months was completed.

The latest development at Twitter is that a blue tick will cost $8 per month, as confirmed by CEO Elon Musk. He has also tweeted, “Price adjusted by country proportionate to purchasing power parity.”

He tweeted that the current system at Twitter about who has or doesnt have a blue tick is inappropriate. 

What Comes With A Blue Tick Account?

For those who have a blue tick, Elon Musk has also announced priority in responses, mentions, and searches. This is crucial for preventing spam and scam. He has also announced the ability to upload lengthy videos and music. Blue tick account holders will also get half as many advertises.

Publishers who will work with Twitter will get a paywall bypass.

Additionally, this will provide Twitter with a source of income to pay content producers.

Anyone who is a public figure will have a supplementary tag below the name; the system that is already in place for politicians.

We reported previously that there are rumors that preparations are being made to charge a monthly sum of $4.99 to subscribe to the plan in order to keep being a part of the Twitter Blue community as part of the social media giant’s subscription service, which was launched in June 2021.

A Platformer rumour claims that the American microblogging business is considering charging a fee for the coveted blue check mark on the profile. According to those with knowledge of the situation, this is done to confirm the identity of the specific account holder.

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