Jay Graber a former software engineer for Zcash and Blockchain firm Skuchain is going to handle the most-awaited decentralized social media step first declared by Twitter in 2019.
During the announcement on Monday, Graber stated that they would be handling the Bluesky project after working closely with “a group of thinkers and builders” from the decentralized social ecosystem. They are trying to hire for the Bluesky team and “partnering closely with Twitter and other companies” due to the next steps that are meant to complete the decentralized social media plan. Jack Dorsey CEO of Twitter declared in December 2019 that Twitter would be funding a dedicated team to create a decentralized standard for social media networks went through “centralized enforcement of global policy to address abuse and misleading information,” moving away from content hosting and deducting the option to recommend the algorithms directing users’ attention and content that issue a debate instead of healthy and informative conversations.
“New technologies have emerged to make a decentralized approach more viable,” said the Twitter CEO, at the time. “Blockchain points to a series of decentralized solutions for open and durable hosting, governance and even monetization.” During the appointment of Graber to lead Bluesky, Dorsey stated that it allowed the project to “move much faster, and through code.” Said Twitter CEO. Bitcoins lightening network sidechain with one of his businesses beside did not generally mention if it was Bluesky.