Will Twitter users get paid in DOGE for creating content? Elon Musk has a big vision

  • Elon Musk has made a series of changes to Twitter since its $44 billion takeover.
  • Musk is looking for a way for the platform to reward Twitter creators.

Following his $44 billion Twitter buyout, Elon Musk has made fast and furious changes to the social platform. However, these changes are unlikely to stop anytime soon. The latest development is that Musk wants to set up the platform so Twitter creators can earn financial compensation for their content.

News about content monetization on Twitter has been a heated debate over the past week. As expected, when there is a change at the head of a company, several aspects of the company structure also change. Unfortunately, this has also been the case with Twitter.

“Lords and Peasants System”

Musk has fired some Twitter executives and changed how users can get Twitter’s blue verification check mark since acquiring the platform. Additionally, the new Twitter is set to change how the platform rewards its content creators. Using a Twitter thread, Musk took issue with what he called the “lords and peasants system,” which currently exists on the platform.

He is also committed to making healthy changes to this system. His first step was to change the price of Twitter blue. Musk justified charging a fee for those with the blue Twitter badge. He explained that special perks would be reserved for blue badge holders.

For example, they will get priority for their queries and see almost 50% fewer ads than they currently see. Musk also noted that the fees would be a source of revenue for the social platform to financially compensate its content creators. When a user tweeted that rewarding creators is a massive incentive to create content, Musk responded by saying it was essential since creators have to make a living too.

Although the details of the content creator reward system are not yet known, there is enough evidence to suggest that Musk’s content monetization plan for Twitter creators would happen sooner rather than later.

Musk sparks new speculation over DOGE payments

In a related development, some Twitter influencers claim that Musk has confirmed speculation about integrating dogecoin payment on Twitter. Recently, a Twitter user asked Musk if he had started working with developers on a Doge payment integration on Twitter. Musk neither confirmed nor denied the move. Instead, Musk tweeted the eyes emoji, indicating something interesting.

Meanwhile, Ethereum CEO Vitalik Buterin raised some concerns over Musk’s idea of ​​charging a monthly fee for Twitter’s blue tick. Buterin suggests that Musk’s new idea would be effective if the platform did due diligence before allowing anyone to pay their monthly Twitter blue tick fee.

According to the Ethereum CEO, allowing anyone to pay and get the blue tick would destroy the anti-scam role, which was the platform’s original intent behind distributing the blue tick.


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