A new report claims that new Twitter users will only be able to get verified after some time. According to the About Tweet Blue page, they will need to wait for at least 90 days before getting confirmed.
No verification will be possible for new Twitter users immediately.
As most of you know, Twitter Blue has changed since Elon Musk took control. However, things went differently than planned. Elon Musk thought it was wise to let everyone get the verification tick for $8.
The product was launched on November 9, but the idea lasted only a short time. Twitter pulled it until they could figure out how to stop spammers, scammers, and impersonators from disrupting the flow.
Elon Musk stated that the service would be back on November 29 and “rock-solid.” This is an exciting statement considering recent events surrounding Twitter and the mass exodus.
The new system is imperfect.
This idea of preventing new users from being verified for 90-days is good, but there are better options. For example, as Mitchell Clark from The Verge suggested, users could create a new account and wait for 90 days before they start having problems.
Twitter may be planning for additional changes. However, this is not the only possibility. Twitter may have another way to combat such efforts.
Elon Musk believes that Twitter Blue is a source of significant revenue for Twitter and a way to pay Twitter creators. In addition, many other perks come with it, including the verification tick.
Reminder: There is currently a second verification label available on Twitter. The blue verification tick is one of many. There’s also the grey “Official” tag, which can’t be purchased. It is supposed to be used by politicians, well-known persons, companies, etc.