After months of anticipation, the wait is finally over for those eager to dive into the world of BlueSky, the decentralized alternative to Twitter.

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Originally spearheaded and funded by Twitter itself, the app has now spread its wings, shedding its invite-only status and welcoming users from all corners of the internet.

With its distinctive butterfly silhouette logo, BlueSky offers a familiar yet refreshing experience that is quite similar to Twitter but with a twist. Developed by a team with deep roots in Twitter’s ecosystem, BlueSky has emerged as an independent platform fueled by the vision of a decentralized web.

Until now, access to BlueSky was LIMITED!

But today marks a new chapter as the gates swing open, inviting anyone and everyone to join the conversation in this real-time news alternative.

So, what sets BlueSky apart?

It is basically a decentralized platform offering greater control over personal data and in-app experiences. In an era where privacy concerns loom large, BlueSky empowers its users with portability controls, ensuring that their online presence remains firmly in their hands.

Explained by BlueSky

‘’We’ve been working on more features that put you in control of your social media experience. Here’s what you can expect to see soon:

Stackable Moderation Services

Safety is core to social media. Bluesky moderates the app according to our community guidelines, and our vision for composable moderation allows users to stack more moderation services together, such as subscribable moderation lists.

An Open Social Network

Here, your experience online isn’t controlled by a single company. Whether it’s your timeline or content filters, on Bluesky, you can easily customize your social experience.

This month, we’ll be rolling out an experimental early version of “federation,” or the feature that makes the network so open and customizable. On Bluesky, you’ll have the freedom to choose (and the right to leave) instead of being held to the whims of private companies or black-box algorithms. And wherever you go, your friends and relationships can go with you.

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