Twitter has added a new feature that lets users charge for video content on their accounts.

According to a press release from the company, the new feature will allow users to set a price for their videos.

The video would be obscured to other users and only viewable after payment. 

The video creator would receive the payment via Stripe and Twitter would take a cut.

Users who do not want to pay would still be able to like or retweet the tweet.

Twitter has announced that it will soon allow its users to pay for video content verification privileges.

The new feature will let users choose a price to watch videos and receive a cut of the transaction.

However, some Twitter employees have raised concerns about the new feature and have decided not to proceed.

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