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Zuckerberg revealed the number of registered in his new social network.

Zuckerberg revealed the number of registered in his new social network.

Mark Zuckerberg, an American businessman and co-founder of Meta, wrote on his new Threads text messaging service account a few hours after the launch that the number of registrations had reached 5 million.

“Just got 5 million registered (users) in the first four hours,” Zuckerberg tweeted.

On Thursday, a Twitter user tweeted a photo of a mini keyboard made up of three keys: “ctrl”, “C” and “V”.

The photo is accompanied by the caption: “Meta’s new application was created entirely using this keyboard.” We are talking about Windows hot keys Ctrl+C (copy) and Ctrl+V (paste). The new text messaging service Threads is a competitor to Twitter. Entrepreneur and Twitter owner Elon Musk reacted to this publication by leaving a laughing emoji in the comments under the post.

Banned in Russia, extremist organization Meta on Thursday launched Threads, a new text messaging service designed to take on Twitter, which is owned by American billionaire and entrepreneur Elon Musk.

Earlier, Mark Zuckerberg, on the day of the launch of his new service, published a post on Twitter for the first time in 11 years, he posted a photo that has become a popular Internet meme, which is a frame from the cartoon Spider-Man. It features two Spider-Man pointing fingers at each other.

According to a description on the new app’s page on the App Store, the service is available for download starting July 6 and is designed to “share ideas and trends through text.” Threads will become the third service in the portfolio of Meta-owned company Instagram Inc., which includes the social network of the same name, also banned in Russia and recognized as extremist, and the photo editor Layout.