Since his official takeover of Twitter, Elon Musk has been considering big changes. In addition to his classic outings on a supposed freedom of expression to be found, or his desire to see suspended accounts rehabilitated, like that of Donald Trump, the businessman would also like to strengthen the finances of the company. And this could go through the monetization of certified accounts. According The Vergethis certification could then cost up to $20 per month.
The idea is thus to make changes to Twitter Blue, the optional subscription billed at $4.99 per month, and to offer a more expensive subscription that would also allow users to be certified. Twitter plans to charge $19.99 per month for the service. Verified users would then have 90 days to subscribe or lose their blue badge. Customary of ultimatums, Elon Musk has warned employees working on the project that they will have to meet the November 7 deadline to launch the feature, otherwise they will be fired.
The founder of Tesla also regularly responds to Internet users who mention him. He teaches us, over his tweets, what could change in the coming months on the microblogging network in terms of features. The 280 character limit could thus be swept awayas the one concerning the duration of the videos that it is possible for everyone to post. The current limit for videos is set at 2 minutes and 20 seconds.