The fact that Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, has spoken out in favor of this tool and has even launched a survey to see the opinion of his followers on the subject indicates that its application could soon be extended.
On the other hand, Twitter Blue has six different themes to choose from (blue, yellow, red, purple, orange, and green). The selected color is applied to the links, the post button, and the rest of the accent color elements.
In addition, users could access functions such as Scroll, a platform acquired a few months ago by Twitter that allows users to read and organize content such as news without advertising or other distractions through agreements with publishers.
One of Musk’s latest posts suggests implementing end-to-end encryption (also known as E2EE) to protect the privacy of direct messages on the platform. This tool could be available for all users, not only Blue version.
In this way, the new encryption system will guarantee that the messages are exclusively associated with the two parties involved in this conversation, leaving the social network itself completely without access to any other information or private content.
Ciphertext can only be decrypted when the sender and receiver have the correct cryptographic keys to decrypt the original message. This encryption has the objective of maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data.