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A new date for the restart of Twitter Blue verification has been announced by Elon Musk.

 Before deciding on a return date, Musk claimed that the business needed that much time "to make sure that it is rock solid."

Twitter Blue verification has been announced by Elon Musk

Elon Musk declared that paid verification on Twitter Blue would resume on November 29 after a brief pause. The rollout was temporarily delayed, and new registrations were stopped, as the website was inundated with scammers and fraudsters pretending to be companies, famous people, and other high-profile accounts.

Musk said the company needed that much time "to make sure that it is rock solid" before setting the return date. While Musk has been mum on the specifics of Blue's relaunch, the business has already reinstated "official" branding to reassure advertisers. To Musk's point, he said that "until the name is certified by Twitter to match Terms of Service," verified Twitter users will lose their checkmark if they change their display name. 

Even while Twitter was already losing advertising before the debut of paid verification, the botched implementation of Twitter Blue has led to even more businesses leaving the service. Using techniques other than the "official" designations, such as being able to "establish whether other Twitter accounts are genuinely linked with them," Musk has indicated that businesses may be able to identify official accounts more accurately. It's unclear how that recommendation would work with Twitter's updated verification policy.

Even while Twitter was already losing advertising before the debut of paid verification, the botched implementation of Twitter Blue has led to even more businesses leaving the service. Using techniques other than the "official" designations, such as being able to "establish whether other Twitter accounts are genuinely linked with them," Musk has indicated that businesses may be able to identify official accounts more accurately. It's unclear how that recommendation would work with Twitter's updated verification policy. 

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