This is Elon Musk’s response to criticism of paying the blue tick!

Today, Thursday, American billionaire Elon Musk mocked, in a new tweet, the willingness of Twitter users to pay $ 8 for a coffee drink, and their resentment of paying the same amount to keep the blue tick.

Musk has responded to criticism of his intention to impose a $ 8 monthly subscription on verified account holders who carry the blue tag, posting a photo on Twitter showing a smiling person paying $ 8 for a Starbucks drink he consumes. in less than 30 minutes and another photo of her sombre face e in tears for the same amount for a 30-day subscription, the blue check mark on Twitter.

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And before that, the American billionaire posted a tweet describing “Twitter” as the most interesting place on the Internet, adding, “That’s why you are reading this tweet now.”

And before that, he tweeted: “You pay for what you get”.

The American billionaire did not stop with sharp criticism of his decision to impose $ 8 on the accounts documented on the site of social network “Twitter”, but went on to challenge them.

Hours after the owner of “Tesla” and the new CEO of “Twitter” announced the imposition of fees, he returned and confirmed in a new tweet to the critics, that they didn’t mind their objections continuing, but they had to pay $ 8 anyway.

Musk’s tweet was a clear response to those complaining about the new rates, telling them that this would never dissuade the owner of the question from his opinion.

$ 8 for the blue label

And Musk announced on Tuesday that the company will charge an $ 8-per-month fee for the blue tick service, as it seeks to ramp up subscriptions and make the social network less dependent on ads.

Musk said subscribers with blue ticks will have priority in responses, mentions and searches, they will be in able to post longer video and audio and will see half of the ads.

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Interestingly, Musk completed the $ 44 billion acquisition of “Twitter” after many months of back and forth.

start blue sign

The blue certification mark, the result of a defamation lawsuit against the company in 2009 that was involved in a heated debate is a sign of position in the digital community.

The main objective of the program was to verify the identity of certain categories of people, such as celebrities, politicians, companies and journalists as a protection against impersonation and fraud, and company rules require that accounts be “trusted, distinct and active” to earn the mark.

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