Social media platform Bluesky reaches 1 million users

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Following Elon Musk's acquisition of X (formerly Twitter), former CEO Jack Dorsey founded Bluesky to provide a similar platform. Founded in April, Bluesky reached 1 million users today after six months.

Social media platform Bluesky reaches 1 million users

After Twitter was sold to business person Elon Musk, many users started to switch to similar social media platforms. The former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey also founded BlueSky for users who left Twitter and wanted to switch to a similar platform. The Bluesky team recently announced that the social media platform has 1 million users after six months.


Rose Wang from the Bluesky team announced on her X (formerly Twitter) account that the social media platform has reached 1 million users. Although it took a long time for the social media platform to reach 1 million users, this is due to the membership by invitation.

People who want to become a user of the social media platform must receive an invitation from Bluesky members. New members can only become a member of the platform by invitation. Therefore, the members of the social media platform are increasing slowly.

According to the statement made by Dorsey, no changes will be made to users joining the platform by invitation. The board of directors wants to keep the social media platform away from fake accounts through invitations.

On the other hand, it should be noted that Threads, which Meta owner Mark Zuckerberg recently founded against X, reached 100 million users just a week after its release.

Source: Engadget

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