After a majority of users voted for him to resign, Elon Musk said that Twitter would only let accounts with a blue tick vote on policy changes. In a poll that Mr Musk posted on Twitter, asking if he should stand down as CEO, 57.5% of respondents said “yes.” He hasn’t addressed the poll’s outcome explicitly since that time. But he has stated that Twitter would change its regulations so that only subscribers can vote on corporate policies.

One user said that ‘bots’ appeared to have cast many votes in the poll about Mr Musk’s position at the company. The assertion, according to Mr Musk, is “interesting.” When he conducted the survey, the billionaire stated that he would follow the outcome. He will continue to own Twitter even if he steps down as CEO.

Former Twitter vice president Bruce Daisley equated any upcoming changes to those made by a football manager. Elon Musk will continue to be that constant voice in the background, he said, adding that the chairman still has that position. The goals of Mr Musk, though, are yet unknown. Despite the fact that US media outlet CNBC tweeted on Tuesday that Mr Musk is looking for a new CEO for Twitter, Mr. Musk replied with two laughing emojis. a tweet claiming that Twitter Blue subscribers “should be the only group permitted to participate in polls on policy. Mr Musk said, “We genuinely have skin in the game. Twitter will alter that “.

Last Monday, the paid-for verification service on Twitter resumed rollout after a brief break. Subscribers receive a “blue tick” and pay $8 a month, or $11 if they use the Twitter app on an Apple device.

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