Twitter’s new revamped verification system will reportedly have two categories, one for paid verification subscriptions and another blue checkmark for named sanctioned accounts.
The ultimate won’t be available with a figure, according to Twitter VP, Esther Crawford.
In a series of tweets, Crawford verified that the sanctioned verification would only be for “government accounts, marketable companies, business mates, major media outlets, publishers, and some public numbers.”
The new fresh league seems to address the review that had attacked the company ever since its new CEO, Elon Musk, blazoned a paid subscription for vindicated accounts, making it up for heists for anyone on the internet.
Critics were concerned about impersonators and scammers taking advantage of the system. Indeed though Musk addressed the review with a plan to ban all accounts trying to impersonate others, Twitter users in turn fired back by changing their name to Elon Musk to prove their point.
The verification system of Twitter is anticipated to roll out in many days, Engadget reported.