- Changpeng Zhao suggested additional payment for Twitter users to check the use of bots.
- CZ suggested to Elon Musk for “people you do not follow” to pay to make comments.
- The Binance CEO thinks the option will make it expensive for bots and will produce more revenue for Twitter.
The Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) has suggested additional payment for Twitter users to check the use of bots. In a tweet, CZ suggested to Twitter owner Elon Musk for “people you do not follow” to pay a certain amount to comment.
Graham identified a pattern among his followers who have subscribed to the Twitter Blue check. According to Graham, a higher percentage of the blue check subscribers on his followers’ list are tech-inclined. The rate of Blue Check subscription among those he follows who are not in tech is only 10%. He considers this pattern suspicious.
In response to Graham’s observation, Musk offered to pay for his blue check, a gesture that Graham appreciated, offering to pay it forward if the Twitter team would restructure the blue check subscription model to allow users to pay for accounts they want to support.
As of the time of the conversation, Graham was yet to pay for the blue check. A curious user asked why he hadn’t done so, and he replied that he wanted to observe how the item would read to him in a couple of weeks. Considering it is no longer based on merit.
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