Bluesky: Jack Dorsey's new social network with 1 million new users
The decentralized social media platform created by Jack Dorsey, the founder of Twitter, has opened up to the public. Previously, access was provided by invitation only. Over the course of a year, 3 million users joined the project, and another 850 thousand joined after the public launch was announced.
Bluesky: a new decentralized social network
Opening Bluesky to everyone
The service, which is now available to everyone, was previously located in beta version and provided access by invitation only. However, after the public launch, the number of users exceeded 4 million.
Bluesky beats rival
Meta's Threads, another Twitter alternative, has 130 million active users per month.
Technical problems and development plans
Bluesky CEO Jay Graber says he planned the development of the social network at a slower pace to avoid additional pressure and technical problems. Despite this, there were some technical issues during the public launch, but they were resolved within a few hours.
The future of Bluesky
The success of the Bluesky platform depends on the ability to attract new users and maintain their interest . Unlike its competitors, Bluesky offers algorithm and moderation settings, as well as an open API.
- Bluesky is a decentralized social network alternative to Twitter, supported by Twitter creator Jack Dorsey
- Threads - a social network from Meta
- Meta - the company that owns large services, including Facebook and Instagram
- Online tracker data
- Threads article from Meta
- Statement from Bluesky CEO Jay Graber
- Tweet from Bluesky