Twitter vs Bluesky: Social media platform Twitter is in the headlines these days. This is because of making Tesla CEO Elon Musk the owner. Musk is now going to bring a lot of changes to Twitter. Among these reports, another news is now coming that Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is beta testing a new social media application. This is good news for those who aren’t happy with Twitter’s mask controls. Because these users will now have access to a new social media platform.
Before Elon Musk took control of Twitter, Jack Dorsey announced that his decentralized social app Bluesky was looking at beta user testers. The company said their next step is to start testing the protocol. After the network is deployed, it needs coordination from many parties, so the company is going to start testing in private beta to solve the problems.
What does bluesky mean?
It is said about the test, how it works will be told only after the test is over. Also after that it will run in open beta. A link to sign up for the beta has also been shared. The word ‘bluesky’ has been coined with the platform’s open potential. Before the project took shape, its original name was BlueSky. Now it has become the name of the company.
‘Competition will come like bluesky’
We tell you, Dorsey resigned from Twitter’s board in May 2022 and stepped down as CEO of Twitter in November 2021. He shared on Twitter last week that BlueSky wants to be a competitor to any company. BlueSky was started by Twitter in 2019 to promote the uniform decentralized concept.
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