Millions of people have been patiently waiting to access former President Donald Trump’s new platform Truth Social after it launched in late February.
But the company only allowed a certain number of influencers on board in order to test it out and fix all of the bugs.
According to on Friday, Truth Social has moved to servers hosting the Rumble video platform and will soon onboard those patiently waiting fans.
The platform “has completed a migration to a massive cloud computing infrastructure run by the video giant Rumble, clearing the way for the social platform started by former President Donald Trump to onboard millions of users quickly,” the news outlet reported, adding:
The partnership between two of the nation’s emerging free speech platforms — completed this week — means Truth Social will be ending its beta testing and controlled account creation and moving quickly to erase a backlog of consumers who have been waiting a few weeks to join the platform.
“Yesterday, Truth Social and Rumble took a major stride toward rescuing the internet from the grip of the Big Tech tyrants,” said Devin Nunes, a former GOP congressman from California who took over as CEO of Trump Media and Technology Group, which owns Truth Social, in January.
“Our team is working around the clock, they continue to work around the clock, we continue to let more and more people on every single hour,” he said.
“Our teams have worked tirelessly to realize this great endeavor,” Nunes added. “Rumble’s cloud infrastructure is second to none and will be the backbone for the restoration of free speech online for ages to come.”
The video hosting site praised the migration of Truth Social, its first major cloud services client.
“We are excited to partner with one of the fastest-growing social media companies on the internet,” said Rumble CEO Chris Pavlovski. “Providing top-notch cloud infrastructure is essential, and Truth Social users will start to see the fruits of our efforts immediately.”