Mark Zuckerberg Announces “Threads” Has Now 30 Million Sign-ups
Meta chief executive at Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that “Threads” has now 30 million sign-ups.
Mark used “Threads” to announce that his new social media platform had over 30 million sign-ups. “Threads” was introduced on Wednesday by Meta, the parent company of WhatsApp, months after rumors that the firm was creating the platform.
Threads, Meta’s standalone Twitter competitor built on Instagram’s account system, has been released. Threads members can publish messages of up to 500 characters in length, as well as photographs and videos of up to five minutes in length. More than 30 million people joined up for Threads, according to Zuckerberg, 39, in a confirmed Threads post.
“Wow, 30 million sign ups as of this morning. Feels like the beginning of something special, but we’ve got a lot of work ahead to build out the app,” @zuck – Zuckerberg’s account’s name- said.
Following the debut of Threads, Zuckerberg tweeted for the first time since 2012, sharing a meme of two Spider-Man characters pointing at each other. Meanwhile, Twitter is apparently threatening Meta with legal action.
According to a cease-and-desist letter received by media outlet Semafor, Elon Musk’s Twitter accused Meta of stealing Twitter staff for what it deems a “copycat” service. Twitter lawyer Alex Spiro accused Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg of “systematic, willful, and unlawful misappropriation of Twitter’s trade secrets and other intellectual property” in the letter.
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