Money Twitter: Elon Musk initially puts the sale of the new blue hook on ice
Musk tells G20 forum he has ‘too much work’ since buying Twitter
Tesla CEO says he has been working ‘from morning til night’ since $44bn purchase of social media giant.Musk, who runs four other companies including electric carmaker Tesla, said on Monday he has been working “from morning til night”, seven days a week since purchasing the social media giant for $44bn last month.
(archive picture) Elon Musk announced overnight to put the sale of the blue hook on ice until fake accounts can be excluded.
The purchase of the coveted blue verification crunch on Twitter should only be possible again if the falsification of accounts can be avoided "with a high probability". This was announced by Twitter boss Elon Musk in a tweet on Tuesday night. In addition, Twitter profiles of organizations and individuals are expected to receive ticks in different colors in the future. However, Musk did not give more details.
Twitter: insulting messages Elon Musk projected on the headquarters of the company
on one of them, one could read: "Elon Musk: mediocre child, megalomaniac, baby bankruptcy" © Noah Shepherd/ AP/SIPA The atmosphere is very tense at Twitter since the acquisition of the social network by Elon Musk, which has already dismissed half of the employees of the platform. Revenge - On one of them, one could read: "Elon Musk: poor man -child, megalomaniac, bankrupt baby" since his acquisition of the blue bird, the billionaire Elon Musk has dismissed more half of the employees.
trouble around the small blue checkered
until the end of October had bought Elon Musk Twitter for around $ 44 billion. On November 9, the function came into force to buy the blue verification crack for profiles by subscription payment. However, the function was put on ice soon afterwards, as prominent and branded accounts appeared more fake.
So some users created credible fake accounts with the bought check marks-for example for the basketball star LeBron James, the game company Nintendo and for ex-US President Donald Trump. The pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly was forced to apologize to Twitter users who had made a fake account believed that insulin will be sold free of charge in the future. An allegedly verified fake account by the Chiquita fruit dealer announced that he had overthrown the Brazilian government. At that time,
Twitter unlocked Account from ex-President Trump
Twitter has restored the account of ex-President Donald Trump, which has been blocked since early 2021. The republican's profile was available on the platform again on Saturday evening (local time) - with the last tweet on the top of January 8, 2021. © Andrew Harnik/AP/dpa Sieg for Donald Trump: Elon Musk has reactivated Trump's Twitter profile.
Musk announced that the function would be reintroduced by the end of last week. However, he did not solve this promise. Instead, he announced that the subscription will only be available again on November 29. When exactly the blue or colorful checkmark will actually be unlocked in the future, the youngest post from Musk left open.
for years, the Hinks politicians and other celebrities as well as companies and organizations were granted after an examination by Twitter. According to the new model, everyone who pays eight dollars a month should get the checkered. There is no identity examination. Since the ticks look exactly the same, it only becomes clear after clicking the symbol whether you are dealing with an actually verified account or with a new, purchased checkmark.
Since the takeover by Musk, Twitter has been creating the reluctance of large advertisers. Advertising revenues recently made around 90 percent of the company's revenue.
Twitter: Elon Musk with an incredible instruction to employee .
according to the mass relief, the twitter employees in love always reach emails with unusual claims. © Imago / Zuma Wire Elon Musk, Twitter After Elon Musk Twitter took over, the employees had to cope with some changes. About half of the workforce had to go in the course of mass layoffs - We reported.