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Elon Musk to relaunch the revamped Twitter Blue on Nov 29

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Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced the micro-blogging site will relaunch the revamped Twitter Blue subscription on November 29. Costing $7.99 per month, Twitter Blue will give users the blue verified checkmark next to their name. Musk rolled out a Twitter Blue subscription earlier this month, however, pulled it in a few days after several fake accounts with verification came up.

Billionaire Musk said the delay is to ensure that this time subscription service will be ‘rock solid’. “Punting relaunch of Blue Verified to November 29th to make sure that it is rock solid.” he tweeted.

Musk also clarified that all legacy blue checkmarks will be removed in the coming months. “All unpaid legacy Blue checkmarks will be removed in a few months,” he wrote in his tweet. 4

The new Twitter Blue was launched a week after Musk’s takeover earlier this month led to chaos on the platform as both legacy checkmarks and the new Twitter Blue subscriptions were active. Several accounts impersonated other accounts, both with the checkmark. A user created a fake Nintendo account and posted an image of Mario flipping the bird while some other user impersonated the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly and posted a tweet saying that insulin is now free. Eventually, Twitter ended up rolling back the feature.

Just a couple of days after acquiring Twitter for $44 billion, Elon Musk aspired to end the “lord and peasant” on Twitter who are or aren’t verified on Twitter. He said now any user can buy a blue verified checkmark with the revamped Twitter Blue subscription. Musk, the world’s richest man, has also marketed the new feature as a bot and spam remedy. He also touted his brainchild as a new revenue stream that the company could use to award content creators.

In just a few weeks after Musk’s takeover, Twitter has been hit by a massive wave of changes. First, top executives like the CEO and CFO were sacked, then around 50 percent of the company’s employees were laid off, and now the structure of the micro-blogging platform that appealed to millions of its users is undergoing a chaotic overhaul.


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