Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, announced in a tweet that the company will roll out verified gold and grey check marks alongside the relaunch of the highly sought-after blue check service next Friday. The rollout had been delayed earlier this week. “Blue checks are given to individuals, grey checks to governments, and gold checks to companies (celebrities or not).

Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, announced in a tweet that the company will roll out verified gold and grey check marks alongside the reintroduction of the much sought-after blue check service next Friday. The deployment had been delayed earlier this week.

Government checks are grey, business checks are gold, and personal checks are blue.”. suffering that is necessary” Tweeted by Musk, as of. Every account that has been verified will go through manual authentication before the check is activated, according to Musk.

Another tweet from Musk stated, “Individuals can have a secondary tiny logo to show they belong to an organization if verified as such by that organization,” and he promised to provide a more detailed response next week. The business made the decision to stop offering the recently launched $8 blue check membership service due to the rise in fake accounts. The well-known blue check subscription service would return on November 29 as it had previously been announced.

Prior to now, only verified posts by prominent figures including journalists, legislators, and other well-known people have been given the blue check mark.

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