Bluesky, Decentralized Social Project Is Open to Public

Bluesky, a decentralized social application backed by Jack Dorsey, the founder of Twitter, has officially launched for public use. This micro-blogging platform aims to establish itself as an alternative to X, previously known as Twitter and now owned by Elon Musk.

Bluesky Faces Challenge in Social Media Landscape

As the decentralized social media platform Bluesky opens its doors to the public, it grapples with the daunting task of carving out its niche in a crowded market dominated by giants like Twitter and Mastodon.

Despite amassing approximately 3 million sign-ups during its pre-launch phase, Bluesky now confronts the formidable competition posed by established platforms like Threads, boasting 130 million monthly active users, and Mastodon, with 1.8 million users.

While Bluesky bears a striking resemblance to Twitter in terms of its interface and functionality, its uniqueness lies in its underlying infrastructure. Originating as an internal project within Twitter, Bluesky aims to establish a decentralized ecosystem known as the AT Protocol for social networking.

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