Twitter will relaunch a new paid authentication system on Monday
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After several false starts, Twitter plans to launch a new, more expensive subscription offer on Monday for people who use Apple devices, including a subscription system; authentication of accounts on the platform.
We're relaunching @TwitterBlue on Monday – subscribe on the web for $8 a month or on iOS for $11 a month to get access to subscriber-only features including the blue check mark, the group tweeted on Saturday.
Blue tick will be granted after verification, depending on the group. It will change to gold for businesses and later this week to gray for government organizations.
People who subscribe will also be able to access the function to correct tweets after they are published or the one that makes it possible to download higher quality videos.
Thank you for your patience while we strive to improve Blue, writes the band on their official account.
< p class="e-p">As soon as he took over Twitter at the end of October, Elon Musk announced his intention to launch a paid formula to diversify the revenue of the platform, whose financial health largely depends on its advertising revenue.
A first version had been launched ten days after the takeover of the platform by the businessman, at the beginning of November, but had caused a cacophony with the opening many accounts posing as celebrities or companies.
She had been suspended almost immediately.
Elon Musk had promised his return at the end of November, before indicating a few days later that the project had been postponed sine die to find a system to avoid identity theft .
Before Mr. Musk's acquisition of Twitter, the platform offered a free verification service on the one hand. cation of identity for organizations and personalities, and, on the other hand, a (paid) subscription to additional options.