The Twitter Community Opposes Elon Musk’s Proposal Of Paying For Twitter Verification
Following his takeover of Twitter on Thursday, Elon Musk intends to charge $20 per month for the Blue verification mark. However, according to a new study, over 80% of Twitter users are hesitant to pay for the Blue verification symbol.
Jason Calacanis, an American Internet entrepreneur and podcaster, took to Twitter to ask how much someone should pay for the Twitter verification checkmark. Surprisingly, almost 80% of 654,000 respondents in the poll said they wouldn’t pay.
Elon Musk chimed in, calling the voting interesting. Musk also tweeted on Monday that the whole verification process is being revamped right now.
While many praised Elon Musk’s attempts to modernize Twitter, especially addressing the bot problem, Twitterati questioned the decision to charge $20 for a membership and verification. It implies that anyone with $20 may get verified and continue to spam or scam.
While Dogecoin’s value has risen after Elon Musk acquired Twitter, over 62% of Dogecoin wallet addresses are now profitable. In a week, the price of Dogecoin has increased by more than 100%. Elon Musk, on the other hand, has not reaffirmed his support for incorporating Dogecoin into Twitter.
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