Representatives of the Trump team declined to comment on whether RightForge is their provider.
The American company RightForge will provide its resources to host Trump’s TRUTH Social social network. This was reported on Tuesday by the Axios information portal with reference to the company’s CEO, Martin Avila.
According to him, the Trump team turned to RightForge this summer. A company specializing in Internet infrastructure is preparing for the fact that TRUTH Social will have more than 75 million users – and for this, it is “laying the foundation” for creating a global network and placing servers “everywhere.”
According to the portal, representatives of the Trump team refused to comment on whether RightForge is their provider.
Last week, former U.S. President Donald Trump announced the creation of the Trump Media group & Technology Group, under which a new social network called TRUTH Social will be developed. It is expected that beta testing of the application for the social network will begin in November this year, and its launch is scheduled for the first quarter of 2022.