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Growing by leaps and bounds: Threads started yesterday have gained 50 million users

Developed by Meta* The Threads social network is rapidly gaining audience. According to sources from The Verge, the number of users of the new service has already passed the 50 million mark and is still growing.

    Image source: threads

Image source: threads

Given that Threads is essentially a clone of the social network Twitter, its management should have serious concerns. In fact, according to Elon Musk, the active Twitter audience for November 2022 was just over 250 million people, and if Threads develops so quickly, the hitherto popular social network faces serious problems.

Remarkably, becoming a Threads user is very easy – all you need is an Instagram account.*with an active audience of more than 2 billion people. It is very likely that Meta* We will not pass up the chance to use such a vast resource that accounts for almost a third of the world’s population.

    Image source: Alex Heath/threads.net

The integration of Threads and Instagram is worth mentioning* Very cleverly implemented: A user can register in threads via a popular service, but if he suddenly wants to delete the account, the Instagram account will also be deleted*which he may have maintained for years. In other words, any experiment with signing up for threads via Instagram* makes the user of this service a forced user of the new network for an indefinite period.

Twitter is already sounding the alarm. The company has promised to sue the rival social network for illegally using intellectual property in product development and hiring former Twitter employees who had access to sensitive data. Although in meta itself* refuse to accept such developers, LinkedIn data suggests otherwise.

* It is included in the list of public associations and religious organizations for which the court issued a final decision to liquidate or ban activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Law No. 114-FZ of July 25, 2002 “On Combating Extremists”. has met activity”.

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