Let's be honest here, no sane person wants to give Discord their ID just so they can have their Bot join more than 100 servers, so let's just remove that requirement. It solves no issues and there are many other ways to verify someone.
1. Personal Information without providing ID (Full name, Date of Birth, Address, Phone, Email) - Like a normal company requests.
2. Verify via Phone Number
3. Verify via Email
4. Send a posted letter with a written code (Just like Google does)
Discord has little to no right to be requesting such information even if they claim they do. I don't care about getting verified but I do care about people being able to use the Bot that I designed and put a lot of work into that you now restricting.
If you want people to give their ID then Bots best be able to access a lot more information about a User as well as a lot more features because providing an ID just so a bot can join more than 100 servers and get a little tick next to it's name is just insulting.
Since they went through with this stupid idea, I have noticed a very serious flaw with the system. If someone wishes to create a new Bot and it gains any sort of popularity it will require verification and the Bot won't be allowed to join anymore servers until it does. I feel this is really disappointing to new bot developers as it halts that Bots growth completely since if you gain too many servers to quickly as a Bot just starting out which is very common for good Bots when they end up on the front page of Bot Listing sites as 'new'. They can gain up to 100-200 servers in a very short time within a week or two, why is this an issue you ask? Well that's because again they have another stupid system in place that disables your abiliity to get verified because of suspicious growth which takes another week or 2 to reset since they can't do it manually (because why would they need to think ahead on that part). So once a new bot deveploer has been through all that and is able to apply for verification they must again wait 1-3 weeks for it to get verified if it meets the standards. By that time more than a month as already passed and whatever traction that Bot gain is most likely completely dead or the developer has given up because they were massively turned away from being able to grow their Bot.