Twitter has undergone many changes since Elon Musk took over the social media company.
The company’s new boss has confirmed that the platform will re-verify all accounts with a blue checkmark.
This suggests that some funds could lose the verified badge if Twitter feels they are not eligible.
Elon Musk has announced that the verification badge application will be available on December 2.
The company will first authenticate all the verified accounts before re-launching the verification feature, requiring people to buy a Twitter Blue subscription.
The latter is unavailable for purchase as the company rolled it back because several verified accounts started impersonating famous figures and posting false information.
So, the company plans to re-launch the verification feature with different color check marks to make it easier for users to recognize all authorized accounts better.
The gold check mark will be given to companies, grey to government accounts, and blue to individuals.
“All verified individual humans will have the same blue check, as the boundary of what constitutes “notable” is otherwise too subjective.
Individuals can have a tiny secondary logo showing they belong to an org if verified as such by that org,” Elon Musk said on Twitter.
But, everyone who will have or want a checkmark will be required to buy the Twitter Blue subscription to retain the verified badge every month.
It needs to be determined whether the company will follow the older process for verification or change it for new users willing to have it.
Musk has confirmed that it will give more clarity and adequately explain the verification feature this week.