Open letter to Twitter and Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal: Please implement Orange Checkmarks for lightning users. Many of us will gladly pay 10,000 satoshis in 2022 and 2023 for an Orange Check Mark on twitter – just like Michael Saylor suggested.

 

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We presently are unaware of the full specifics of the ongoing litigation situation with regards to spam-bots taking over the platform, however, there is one area of signal over all of the noise that is being created in the media with regards to Elon Musk and his proposal to use alt-coins that are designed to decrease in value over time. It is for this reason specifically, that we believe it would be in your best interests for you all to implement a feature that Michael Saylor Previously suggested – an "Orange Check Mark."

Working for a software company myself, I am avidly aware that you have your own development and features roadmap that your development team is occupied with for the remainder of the 2022 year. We are hoping that this could be a feature that is scheduled for implementation in Q1 or Q2 of 2023.

We believe that there is a common consensus that many bitcoiners are willing to pay a certain amount of satoshis to obtain an Orange Check Mark. Having spent a long time meditating on how to get rid of spam-bots on social media myself, we all know this is not the be-all-end-all solution, but when we check the comments section of any tweet made by Jack we simply see spam from people mentioning obscure alt-coins.

Now we should outline the features and purposes of the Orange Check mark. Proposed features of an Orange Check Mark:
* Users with Orange Check Mark Have the option to restrict communication exclusively to other users with an Orange Check mark every time they tweet or retweet something on Twitter.
* User Default: Once a user enables the Orange Check Mark, it is on by default, and can be enabled or disabled when a user brings up their tweet window. proposed example.
* Easy Opt-in and Opt-out. A user simply deposits 10,000 satoshis (or a changing variable amount, updated yearly, depending on bitcoin volatility) to obtain their Orange Check Mark, and can withdraw the satoshis they deposited to opt-out.
* Not Fully Restrictive: If Bob has an Orange Check Mark and Bob follows Alice, but Alice does not have an Orange Check Mark, Alice may interact with Bob's Orange Check Mark restricted Tweets as well.
* Not Fully Restrictive 2: If Bob does not have an Orange Check Mark, and if Dave has an Orange Check Mark and neither Bob nor Dave know each other, Bob may also only restrict his tweets to Orange Check Mark users only, and Dave may respond to his tweets.

Benefits outlined by using an Orange Check Mark:
* As redundant as it may sound, any user who has an Orange Check Mark visibly displays an Orange Check Mark on their Twitter profile where there would ordinarily be a Blue Check Mark for verified people of interest and influencers.
* All of the Benefits outlined in the proposed features above.

With Kind Regards,
The Bitcoin Community.

This thread may be edited for clarity, formatting, and adding other features suggested from bitcoiners leaving comments here.

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