Elon Musk, the billionaire entrepreneur, has once again captured headlines as Twitter introduced a temporary limit on the number of tweets users can read in a day.

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The move has sparked a notable increase in curiosity surrounding Bluesky, a decentralized social media platform backed by Jack Dorsey, the former CEO, and co-founder of Twitter. As a result, there has been a significant surge in attention and discussions about this development on the Twitter platform.

Several users on Twitter endorsed Bluesky when Elon Musk announced that unverified accounts are now only allowed to see 600 tweets each day. New unverified accounts are also subject to this new restriction, which limits them to 300 posts per day.

The limit for accounts with “verified” status is presently 6,000 posts per day. Twitter users have reacted to and discussed these restrictions, particularly in relation to the advantages and potential alternatives Bluesky has to offer.

Twitter users have certainly criticized the move from the billionaire, and have expressed their anger. While several users are calling Bluesky a potential place to migrate. The update has led to a massive uproar as the platform is currently noticing worldwide criticism.

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One user reacting to the circumstances wrote, “Take pity! Can I get a bluesky invite? I’m a small account but I follow so many historians, journalists, writers, organizers, artists that I learn a tremendous amount from making me a better teacher & a better human. I need to do it somewhere else! Help me off this sinking ship!!”

“anyone looking for a @bluesky invite?”, another user tweeted.

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One user tweeted, “Whoever owns BlueSky need to hurry the fuck up and get it up and running. I wanna get off this dumpster fire of a site, especially now that Musk has announced the nonsense that limits how we use Twitter.”