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30K People Join The Waiting List For Jack Dorsey’s Decentralized Social Protocol, Bluesky

Jack Dorsey, the former CEO of Twitter, founded Bluesky, a decentralized social media platform, which claimed on Friday morning that 30,000 people had joined the waiting list for its test app just 48 hours after it was revealed.

The Bluesky protocol allows multiple social networks, each with its own management and review system, to communicate with other social networks through an open standard. Bluesky is used to create decentralized social networks. An “application” is any social network that makes use of the protocol.

The Bluesky initiative debuted The AT Protocol, a website for the protocol, on Tuesday. Additionally, a waitlist for the Bluesky app, a browser for the AT Protocol network, was made available.

Bluesky, a non-profit venture run by Twitter, was introduced in 2019 Jack Dorsey, who was Twitter’s CEO at the time. The project was abandoned until May 2022, when Dorsey left Twitter.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, declared earlier in October that he would adhere to his commitment to take Twitter private, putting an end to a protracted legal struggle to acquire the social network for $44 billion. He has until October 28 to complete the transaction. According to The Washington Post, Musk intends to eliminate 70% of Twitter’s personnel following the takeover.

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