Bluesky, a decentralized TwitterNew signups are being paused by social networks “temporarily” to try and resolve performance issues it’s been experiencing after Twitter Limits on how many tweets you are allowed to see per day. Although you need to have an invite code. BlueskyThe influx of users is a concern.

“We will temporarily be pausing Bluesky sign-ups while our team continues to resolve the existing performance issues,” Bluesky wrote in a post. “We’ll keep you updated when invite codes will resume functionality. We’re excited to welcome more users to our beta soon!”

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Bluesky’s status page Currently, the platform says it is experiencing “degraded performance,” First notices of problems are issued at approximately 1:47PM ET. “Degraded performance” feels like an accurate description — on the web, I can still usually get posts to load, though they often take a very long time. I find the iOS application to run a lot smoother.

As of 2:03pm ET Bluesky said in a post that it it’s dealing with “record-high traffic.” It’s also pushing out mobile app updates to try and fix things, according to Bluesky engineer Paul Frazee.

There are many issues that arise with Twitter First, the issue appeared on Friday after Elon Musk said that it was due to the fact that Elon had blocked unregistered customers. “temporary emergency measure” because The smog was increasing. “data pillaged so much” It was evident that the changes were affecting regular users. Musk made a new announcement on Saturday regarding the limits of how much data can be sent. many Tweets that users will see within a single day

Mastodon also appears to be seeing an increase in its users. According to one trackerThe platform saw more than 26,00 new users in the last 24 hours.