They do still allow (within limits) another seller in the same household with different gigs and a separate PayPal. For those with a family member or friend who wanted to work as a team, this might be an option. It’s not perfect as a solution, but possible for some.
I like the idea of a Fiverr account that is kind of an “admin” account and can have gigs, manage payments, etc. If that account could have 1 or more sub-accounts you could avoid the issue of people selling their first account. The sub-accounts could have individual gigs and usernames but funds would be channeled to the master account.