Jack Dorsey’s New Social Media App ‘BlueSky’ Is Under Beta Testing
Elon Musk is the new CEO of Twitter now that the takeover of the company has been successfully completed. On the other hand, Jack Dorsey, who helped develop Twitter and once served as its CEO, has a trick up his sleeve. Reportedly, Jack Dorsey is working on a new decentralized app that will be called “BlueSky,” and it is currently in the beta testing phase. It has been suggested that “BlueSky” might serve as an alternative to, or even a substitute for, the platform that is now controlled by Elon Musk.
BlueSky said in a tweet, “It’s clear there’s a lot of interest in a new approach to social media. We’ll be rolling out invites to the private beta in stages, making sure the protocol scales and taking user feedback as we go. This is a networking idea designed by Bluesky to enable the forthcoming wave of social applications, as stated by BlueSky. The AT Protocol is also known by its former name, “The Social Internet.”
When taken as a whole, Dorsey’s new platform will provide a challenge to any corporation that seeks to own the basics that are responsible for giving social media its identity. “The AT Protocol is an innovative form of decentralized social networking. It incorporates concepts from the most recent decentralized technologies into a network that is easy to use, quick, and open, “BlueSky explained.
Account portability, algorithmic choice, interoperability, and performance are just some of the ways that the AT protocol functions simultaneously to set itself apart from other protocols. BlueSky provided the following statement in response to the question of what the account portability function makes possible: “A person’s online identity should not be owned by corporations with no accountability to their users. “With the AT Protocol, you can move your account from one provider to another without losing any of your data or social graph.”
The expansion of the network to various entities rather than the consolidation of it into one-“an open protocol for public dialogue”-is Jack Dorsey’s plan in order to bring stability to social media as a whole.