Bluesky is an open source, decentralised social networking protocol project led by Jack Dorsey, co-founder and former CEO of Twitter.
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Bluesky was born as, literally, a clone of X. A social network that I consider doesn’t bring anything new beyond respecting the initial lines of what Twitter used to be. In fact, if you go there, nostalgia will flood your mind. The truth is that what it does, it does very well, in part because the previous Twitter was already well optimized and tested.
In Bluesky, we have the opportunity to moderate content much better and it offers some interesting options for the feed, making it undoubtedly an interesting choice.
Goodbye to invitation codes
However, I still think that its Achilles’ heel is the content. If you are a Spanish speaker, there are few users who use our language there. This is partly due to a growth strategy through invitation codes, as that’s how the social network started even though it is now open to everyone.
Fortunately, it seems that there are more and more users inside, and that’s very good news. In an email addressed to registered Bluesky users, the company has released new data on the number of users already on the platform.
Last year, we used invitation codes to manage growth while creating features like moderation tools, personalized feeds, and much more. We’ve reached 3.2 million users with invitation codes, and this week, our community has grown to 4.5 million users. It’s time to invite your friends and let them know that Bluesky is making social media fun again.
If you want to try the network, you can do it now, just download it from the Google Play Store or access it via the browser. Like Threads, Bluesky supports the feediverse, and you can play with multiple instances.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version