According to reports, Elon Musk could charge for some Twitter functions

According to reports, Elon Musk is considering loading one of Twitter’s most basic functions. Earlier this month, Elon Musk made the decision to buy Twitter. Although it is not yet a treatment made, Musk has ideas about how the company would use. The Tesla CEO has been Franco about wanting to create a platform that allows more forms of “freedom of expression”, which essentially means that it would loosen the restrictions on the types of content that can be published on the social media site. Beyond that, there are still many questions about what his plans are in his long term for Twitter, but a new report can give an idea about it.

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According to Reutersmusk, he told banks while trying to obtain money for the agreement he is considering plans to charge users to mention tweets of verified users and embed tweets (as is generally done in the items). Of course, people could simply capture these tweets, making this redundant. According to reports, Musk also plans to replace the Twitter CEO, Parag Agrawal, with an unidentified person if the purchase is carried out, where he could also make changes to the Twitter subscription service, Twitter Blue. Since Musk still has no power in the company, nothing is definitive and should not be taken as absolute certainty.

That said, many have expressed concern about how Musk could change the platform. By monetizing some of the most basic functions of applications, he could sit a badly precedent. Although the report establishes that this would only apply when users cite to verified users, raise the question of why. It seems strange to monetize, especially with such an easy solution, but we are likely to discover more about his plans when Musk takes total Twitter control. Musk has already joked about wanting to buy other companies such as Coca-Cola after his acquisition of Twitter, but he has not made official offers for anything else at this time.

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