Jack Dorsey testing new social app after Musk's Twitter acquisition
Jack Dorsey is one step closer to providing asylum to social media users ready to leave Twitter in the wake of Elon Musk's acquisition.
Musk took control of the company on Thursday and promptly fired its CEO Parag Agarwal and two other top executives
Former CEO Dorsey, 45, announced that his decentralized social app Bluesky is seeking beta testers.
The company shared in a news release last Tuesday
It shared a link to sign up for the beta
The new app will use an authenticated transfer protocol, the reporter said.
Which is a federated social network run by multiple sites rather than a single site.
Dorsey shared on Twitter last week that BlueSky "intends to be a competitor to any company