For those who've been following the Twitter debacle: Subversive accessories company dbrand is now selling blue "verified" checkmarks in sticker form for, you guessed it, $8.
"What do fake news sites, bot accounts, and Linus G. Sebastian have in common?" dbrand writes. "That's right: they aren't verified on Twitter."
"One lawsuit and $44 billion dollars later, the world's biggest crypto scammer has the solution nobody asked for: an $8 monthly fee to rent a digital checkmark.
"We just have one question: why stop at Twitter accounts? Instead of footing the bill for the worst bluff of all time, pay us once to verify whatever the fuck you want. Checkmate, Elon."
The company doesn't stop there, but takes some shots at certain notable brands:
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