Twitter is working on rolling out paid video, The Washington Post found. The cost per view will be from $1 to $10. The feature is scheduled to launch within two weeks.
The Washington Post learned of the impending launch of Twitter’s paid video feature by examining the company’s corporate documents. According to the newspaper, the function will appear within two weeks.
To watch the video, you can set a fee of $1, $2, $5 or $10, writes the newspaper. Before payment, the video will be hidden from users. It will be possible to pay for the purchase through the Stripe service. The newspaper did not specify what percentage of transactions Twitter itself will receive.
The Twitter team considered the new feature high risk, as there could be copyright issues with the videos.
After buying the microblogging platform Twitter, Elon Musk announced the dissolution of the board of directors and the transformation of the company from public to private. Twitter’s delisting from the New York Stock Exchange is scheduled for November 8. The St. Petersburg Stock Exchange will delist Twitter shares on November 3.
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