Misskey is an open source, decentralized social media platform that’s free forever.
Hashi Project has chosen Misskey, an open-source decentralized social network platform in the Fediverse ecosystem, as one of its preferred tools for engaging with other Fediverse software. Fediverse is a decentralized network of servers, and unlike popular centralized web services managed by large corporations, it is freer and easier to keep your personal information and privacy in your own hands.
If you are located in mainland China, you can visit our mirror site (which is identical to the main site!).
Why is this project called Hashi?
In both Japanese and traditional Chinese, the character 橋 (It’s pronounced Hashi in Japanese) represents the meaning of “bridge”, symbolizing interconnection. By using the same glyph with the shared meaning of “bridge” in both languages, we aim to convey the concept of interconnection.
Misskey is an open source decentralized social network implementation that provides a Twitter-like service (but note that it’s not a replacement for any platform and you’ll still need to follow some common sense rules). You can have better control over your data without having to take into account the opaque regulatory practices of large corporations. Or, if you want, you can even build your own server.