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Twitter may start charging $20 per month for verification

Just days after the Twitter takeover, Elon Musk issued the first ultimatum to the employees, and a rather strange one at that. Musk wants to introduce a new “feature”, which simply means paid verification, and if this feature is not introduced, the team working on it could be fired.

People who are not subscribed to Twitter Blue may lose their verified badge

The directive here is to change Twitter Blue, an optional $4.99 paid subscription, to a broader offering that also has user verification. According to people familiar with the situation and internal correspondence seen Edge, Twitter may start charging $19.99 for a new Twitter Blue subscription. Under the current plan, verified users will have 90 days to sign up for Twitter Blue or lose their blue tick.

Of course, the price is subject to change, with staff working on the project being told on Sunday that they have until Nov. 7, later this year, to meet that deadline. Failure to run the new feature will result in firing.

Musk has been very vocal about wanting to modernize the verification of Twitter accounts and bots. Not only that, he focused on growing subscriptions to the point where they account for half of total revenue. On Sunday, Musk even wrote the following:

Platformer Casey Newton was the first to report that Twitter is considering charging for verification. However, a spokesperson for Twitter did not respond to a request for comment.

We’ll have to see if that actually happens. However, it certainly looks like something that may not bode well for many Twitter users who have been tested over the past couple of years. The idea of ​​paying money just to show you’re a verified person goes against the very idea of ​​verification in the first place. But we’ll have to wait and see how it turns out. In the meantime, let us know your thoughts.


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