Today, Facebook and Instagram announced a new pay-for-verification subscription service, developed by Meta, that will give users the ability to prove their identity and authenticity. The service was announced by CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a press conference, and will be available to both Facebook and Instagram users.
The subscription service will allow users to verify their identity with Meta, which will then be shared with Facebook and Instagram. This will give users the ability to prove their identity to other users, and also to receive verified accounts from other users.
In addition to the subscription service, Zuckerberg also announced that Meta will be offering a paid verification service for Twitter. This service will allow users to verify their identity on Twitter, and will be available to both Facebook and Instagram users.
The news of the subscription service sent shares of Meta soaring, as investors responded positively to the announcement.
The subscription service is currently in the testing phase, and is expected to be available to users in the near future.
Overall, the new subscription service is expected to be a major step forward for users looking to prove their identity and authenticity on social media platforms.