Verification systems with different colors have started appearing on Twitter. Thanks for this, Elon Musk hopes stop phishing This was a problem for one brand when it launched the opportunity to earn blue ticks with Twitter Blue.
The problems he faced in November forced the company to suspend premium membership. This suspension of launch was going to last until they manage to find a method to avoid impersonation or parody accounts of personalities.
Sorry for the delay, we are tentatively launching Verified on Friday next week.
Gold check for companies, gray check for government, blue for individuals (celebrity or not) and all verified accounts will be manually authenticated before the check is activated.
Painful, but necessary.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 25, 2022
Late last month, Twitter’s new owner warned that changes he would likely implement would include different colors for verification. Finally, he announced that there would be three types of checks: blue ones, for individuals; Golden ones, for companies; and the gray ones, for government institutions.
Although gray tick has not yet begun to apply to organisms, Spanish users may already occasionally see Golden Check. In fact, the 20minutos Twitter account (@20m) has the kind of verification that sets itself apart from other personal accounts.
Alternatives sought for companies twitter blue for business and is in the testing phase. Esther Crawford, director of product management, warned that the gold beta badge would appear to companies “that previously had relationships with Twitter.”
Businesses that previously had relationships with Twitter will receive GoldChecks on Monday. We will soon open it up to more businesses through a new process.
— Esther Crawford ✨ (@esthercrawford) December 10, 2022
In Spain, the paid version of the platform is not yet accessible, So here users with Gold Tick and traditional Blue Tick are not paying for it. for now, twitter blue It is only enabled for those who live in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.