Jack Dorsey Leaves Bluesky’s Board of Directors

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Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter, has stepped down from the board of Bluesky, the decentralized social media platform he conceived and financially supported in 2019 when he was CEO of Twitter.

Bluesky confirmed Dorsey’s departure in a post on the platform on May 5.

They stated that they were currently searching for a new board member and expressed gratitude towards Dorsey for his involvement in the project’s initial stages and his monetary contributions.

A few hours earlier, when someone on X (a social platform) asked if he was still on Bluesky’s board, Dorsey simply responded with a “no.” Neither Bluesky nor Dorsey provided any explanation for his decision to leave.

In the meantime, Dorsey remained active on X, promoting his grants for open interest protocols and referring to the now Elon Musk-owned social network as “freedom technology.”

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