So far, Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, has announced several times that the old blue ticks of this social network will be removed. Now the official Twitter account has announced that it plans to do this from today (April 20).
Twitter initially said it would start removing the blue ticks from the old system on April 1. However, except for the New York Times account, which said it would not purchase the Twitter Blue service in exchange for approval, no other arrangements have removed their blue ticks. Last week, Elon Musk said that the old blue ticks on Twitter would be removed from April 20, but no action has been taken yet.
Remove old Twitter blue ticks.
Elon Musk also previously hinted at the removal of the old blue ticks as of today (April 20), but it’s worth noting that this has now been announced by the official Verified Twitter account. However, it still needs to be determined whether the old blue ticks will disappear gradually or if they will disappear all at once.
Assuming this change occurs and Twitter starts removing the old blue ticks from its system if you’re a longtime social network user and want to receive its approval mark, you must subscribe to the Twitter Blue service, now available worldwide. And recently, it was announced that fewer ads would be shown to this category of users.
But considering that Twitter’s new change, i.e., paying to receive a blue tick created by Mask, needed to be better received by users from the beginning, it should be seen how many subscribers will be in the future and whether Mask can do anything. Whether this social network is worth its 44 billion dollar purchase or not.
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