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‘Get Rid of my Trash for the Entire Day, But It Costs Me $8, ‘Elon Musk Tweets About the Blue Mark Fee

by HimelHimu

Rid – Elon Musk, the new boss of Twitter, doesn’t appear to be bothered by the criticism he has received regarding his decision to charge users of the platform to obtain verified accounts.

On Saturday, Musk reiterated his position regarding the blue-mark allegations via Twitter.

Social media reports suggested that the microblogging site would charge $20 per month for blue verified badges following Musk’s appointment as CEO. Musk confirmed the report on Tuesday and said that the company will charge USD 8 per month for Twitter’s subscription service, which will prioritize replies, mentions, and searches. Bravo to the populace! Blue for $8 per month, he wrote on Twitter.

However, not everyone was happy with Musk’s decision to implement bluetick fees.

Nearly a year ago, Twitter Blue subscriptions went mainstream to view articles from selected publishers without ads and as a way to add other features to the app, like different colored icons for the home screen.

In addition to “blue tag fees,” many of Musk’s rants about firing employees have been posted on Twitter.

Musk protected his choice to lay off workers, saying it was vital because Twitter is losing more than $4 million per day. We are providing 50% more than the legal requirement to anyone who leaves3. Months of compensation were provided, Musk tweeted.

In April, Twitter accepted Musk’s offer to take over the social networking service and make it private. At the same time, Twitter began to question Musk’s intentions to fulfill the contract, asserting that he had not.

Musk, who had long expressed an interest in purchasing Twitter, closed the deal in July in a surprising twist. The Tesla CEO took this action, arguing that Twitter had broken its cross-buy agreement by exaggerating the number of spam and bot accounts on its platform.

After Musk announced its closure, the market plunged significantly. Musk was later sued by Twitter for using the bot to close the deal. Last week, Musk made it clear that he would proceed with the acquisition of Twitter at the previously agreed-upon price of $54.20 per share.

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