Distributed SNS protocol development group launched by Twitter founder announces new SNS 'Bluesky'

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey launched `` Bluesky '' in 2019 to develop the distributed SNS protocol `` Authenticated Data eXperiment (ADX) ''. On October 18, 2022, Bluesky declared that ADX had reached a sufficiently stable state and announced that ADX would be renamed ' AT Protocol '. In addition, the development of SNS ' Bluesky ' with the same name as Bluesky's group name has also been announced.

The AT Protocol - Bluesky

On SNS such as Twitter and Facebook, user posts and information are managed by each platform. ADX was developed with the goal of decentralizing SNS, with the aim of storing user data in each user's personal data repository and making user content available on any platform. ADX was announced by Dorsey in 2019, and an initial test version was released in May 2022 as part of the research process.

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Then, on October 18, 2022, it was announced that the name of ADX was changed to ``AT Protocol'', and at the same time, the official website of AT Protocol was also released. Bluesky says about the development status of AT Protocol, 'It's not completely complete, but it's stable enough.'

In addition, Bluesky said, ``The World Wide Web (WWW) cannot exist without a web browser. The same is true for the AT Protocol.'' Announced. The Bluesky app will be released soon, and at the time of writing the article, you can join the waitlist from the link below.

Bluesky Social

In addition, Mr. Dorsey said at the time of the new protocol development announcement in 2019, ``We are thinking about making Twitter the standard platform for the new protocol in the future.'' At the time of writing the article, Mr. Dorsey has retired from Twitter's CEO, but the current CEO Parag Agrawal is active as a core member of Bluesky, and there is a good chance that AT Protocol will be adopted by Twitter in the future. Likely.

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