After delaying the rollout earlier this week, CEO Elon Musk confirmed that Verified will be back next Friday as he resumes the much-needed BlueCheck service. He tweeted that he would be rolling out the gold and gray checkmarks for .
“Gold checks for businesses, gray checks for governments, blue checks for individuals (celebrity or not). Painful but necessary,” Musk said. said in a tweet.
All verified accounts are manually verified before the check takes effect, Musk said.
In a separate tweet, Musk said, “Individuals, if verified by an organization, can have a secondary small logo indicating that they belong to that organization,” and will give a longer explanation next week. added.
The company said it was suspending its recently announced $8 Blue Check subscription service due to a spike in fake accounts, and would resume its popular Blue Check subscription service on November 20. 29.
Blue check marks were previously reserved for verified accounts of politicians, celebrities, journalists, and other public figures.