Twitter Will Launch Blue Check Subscription Next Week (Latest News)

After delaying the launch earlier this week, Twitter CEO Elon Musk recently tweeted the start date for the blue check subscription service will be next Friday.

The blue check plan, which initially surfaced at the beginning of November, would grant paid customers access to Twitter’s renowned blue checkmark, which denotes a verified, honest account.

According to Musk, the social media site would use various color checks for businesses and individuals.

“Gold check for companies, grey check for governments, blue for individuals (celebrities or not). Painful, but necessary,” Musk wrote in a tweet.

Before the check is activated, all validated accounts will undergo manual authentication, according to Musk.

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Due to the proliferation of bogus accounts, the firm decided to halt the recently announced $8 blue check subscription service. It had previously stated that the popular blue check subscription service would resume on November 29.

Before, only verified accounts of public figures, including journalists, legislators, and well-known people, could display the coveted blue check mark.

The New Twitter CEO also praised the World Cup traffic on Twitter, adding, “World Cup traffic hit approximately 20.000 tweets per second today!” He also remarked that users might “see subtle, sometimes substantial, improvements in the speed of Twitter.” The Twitter crew did a fantastic job of handling record usage.

Online safety experts anticipate that the billionaire’s announcement on Thursday to provide “universal amnesty” to suspended accounts starting next week will increase harassment, hate speech, and false information.