Twitter Will Not Permit New Accounts To Purchase ‘Blue Tick’ For 90 Days After Sign Up
When Twitter relaunches the Blue subscription service, Twitter won’t let new accounts buy it for the first ninety days once the service is available again. According to The Verge, this indicates that users would no longer be able to instantly authenticate a new account when creating one. It’s possible that this is part of an effort to cut down on the number of fake accounts and scams that go through.
According to the source, the previous proposal did not mention a waiting period, but it did feature a warning that stated, “Twitter accounts created on or after November 9, 2022, will be unable to subscribe to Twitter Blue at this time.” According to the new Twitter Blue Page, the social media network “may also impose waiting periods for new accounts in the future at our discretion and without warning.”
Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, said not too long ago that the microblogging network will relaunch its $8 Blue subscription service with verification beginning on November 29. This time, he stated, the service will be more “rock solid.” Additionally, he stated that as a result of the new update, “changing your verified name will trigger loss of the checkmark until the name is confirmed by Twitter to meet Terms of Service requirements.” Musk had put the Blue Service on hold before because there were a lot of fake identities on the network that tried to be famous people or brands.