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Facebook and Instagram have announced the launch of “meta-verification” from Twitter and other social media companies. Users must pay for identity verification.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, announced on Sunday, February 19, that it will launch a new “subscription” service experience based on user fees.
The ‘MetaVerified’ service will be available in Australia and New Zealand starting this week, verifying users’ identities and giving them a blue badge to indicate their status.
The company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the subscription will provide additional security and priority customer support to prevent fraud.
For this, users have to pay about twelve dollars per month for the website and about fifteen dollars per month for Apple’s iOS or Android system.
In this regard, Mark Zuckerberg said: “Starting this week, we are launching a subscription service called ‘MetaVerified’, which verifies your account with an official ID and provides a blue badge. It also protects you from copying and direct access. customer support.” He adds, “All of these new features will ensure authenticity and security across all of our services. Related improvements.”
Other social network subscriptions
The service announced by Meta is almost identical to Elon Musk’s plan, which he talked about on Twitter for paying eight dollars a month.
Twitter’s announcement last year began with embarrassing news about fake accounts on the platform, which not only scared advertisers, but also raised doubts about the future of the site.
For these reasons, Elon Musk was forced to suspend the service briefly in December. But Zuckerberg emphasized that there will be no changes to pre-verified accounts on Facebook and Instagram.
Social media apps like Snapchat, Snap Ink, and Telegram also launched similar fee-based subscription services last year, a new source of revenue.
Metasales revenue will decrease in 2022
The Metaverse is under a lot of pressure after taking over gambling in the virtual reality world. Earlier this month, Meta admitted to a decline in revenue for the first time since going public in 2012. Its sales decreased by 1 percent last year and amounted to 116.6 billion dollars.
Facebook’s user growth has also slowed, but the company recently announced that it reached two billion daily users on Facebook for the first time.
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