Twitter crisis explained: what are rate limits and when will they end?

The saga of Elon Musk’s Twitter acquisition has been long, arduous, and frankly a bit wild: from scrapping legacy blue checkmarks to raising the character limit to 10,000, the eccentric billionaire has been shaking things up at the social media platform, and it’s not always gone well.

The latest development could be the final nail in the coffin for Twitter, however, as Musk announced on Saturday, July 1, that users would be limited to viewing a set number of posts. Verified users will be allowed to see 6,000 tweets per day, while unverified users get just 600. New accounts that aren’t verified will get to view just 300 posts per day.

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