Twitter verification tags are gold, gray, and blue depending on the user category

Twitter verification tags are gold, gray, and blue depending on the user category
Twitter verification tags are gold, gray, and blue depending on the user category

Twitter verification tags are gold, gray, and blue depending on the user category

Twitter CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet that the social networking site will roll out gold and gray authentication badges with the relaunch of the blue authentication badge service next Friday, after stopping the blue authentication badge rollout this week.

Musk said in a tweet, “A gold certification mark for corporations, gray for governments, and blue for individuals (famous or not).”

Musk said all verified accounts are manually verified before the flag is activated.

“Individuals can get a small secondary logo to show they belong to an organization if verified by that organization,” he added in another tweet, noting that he will provide a more detailed explanation next week.

The company has temporarily suspended its recently announced $8 blue tick verification service due to the proliferation of fake accounts and said the blue tick verification service will restart on November 29.

Previously, the blue tick was only given to verified accounts of politicians, celebrities, journalists, and other public figures.

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