Twitter’s new revamped verification system will reportedly have two tiers, one for paid verification subscription and one other blue checkmark for chosen official accounts.
The latter won’t be accessible with a price, in response to Twitter VP, Esther Crawford.
In a sequence of tweets, Crawford confirmed that the official verification would solely be for “government accounts, commercial companies, business partners, major media outlets, publishers and some public figures.”
The brand new extra tier appears to deal with the criticism that had attacked the corporate ever since its new CEO, Elon Musk, introduced a paid subscription for verified accounts, making it up for grabs for anybody on the web.
Critics have been involved about impersonators and scammers profiting from the system. Regardless that Musk addressed the criticism with a plan to ban all accounts making an attempt to impersonate others, Twitter customers in flip fired again by altering their identify to Elon Musk to show their level.
The verification system of Twitter is predicted to roll out in just a few days, Engadget reported.