Damus mobile app banned in China
Giving away a mobile app banned in China
The Cyberspace Authority of China (CAC) stated that the Damus app contains content that is illegal in China.
Damus, a social media dapp, has been banned from mainland China over concerns that its app contains content that is illegal in China.
The mobile application, which is a decentralized version of Twitter, appeared in the AppStore on February 1 after numerous rejections.
Just 24 hours after the launch, the number of mobile app users exceeded 45,000 and became second most popular social network in China.
However, China’s Cyberspace Authority (CAC) has taken steps to limit its growth. removal application from the Chinese App Store. The CAC stated that the Damus app contains content that is illegal in China.
Besides, We give allegedly violates “provisions for evaluating the security of Internet information services with an attribute or public opinion or capable of social mobilization.”
The Nostr-based social app has been designed to give users full control over their data and content while eliminating the need for a KYC process.
The ban will prevent users in mainland China from downloading and accessing the Damus mobile app. However, the app is available on app stores in other countries.
Meanwhile, Damus is showing steady growth as its App Store. downloads exceeded 56,000 people.
Credit : cryptoslate.com