Twitter will start removing 'Legacy' blue checkmarks next week

by Administrator
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As Twitter pushes Blue to members, the platform announced that 'legacy' verified blue checkmarks will be removed effective next week.

This could result in some long-standing verified accounts making payments and gaining a few more Twitter Blue members.

But, selling verification checkmarks is a flawed strategy because its growth and expansion dilutes its own value. After all, you can't sell reputation, and you're not supposed to charge for authority or recognition.

Either way, prepare to pay up or lose your blue tick starting next week.

Chime in.
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  • Profile picture of the author zainsultan
    Yes, Twitter has removed the blue check, and now It's paid. Many users disliked this paid blue tick option.
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  • Profile picture of the author zeyfah
    people earned their checkmark, and now they have to pay for it, that doesn't make sense.

    then there is the gold checkmark which costs a lot of money.

    elon musk is looking for ways to monetize twitter after he bought it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Red Planet
    I think it is very costly that would be the reason which make us to think about some other thing of checkmarks...
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