If you are interested in decentralization, I invite you to try AKASHA .
Developed by the co-creator of Ethereum, Mihai Alisie , AKASHA is based on Ethereum and IPFS and allows you to publish status/articles, share photos, and vote for the publications of others.
It is a kind of mix between Tweetdeck and Medium. Except that here censorship is totally impossible since the whole system is decentralized.
In each vote, a micro transaction is made in the Ethereal, which rewards quality content. The useful (quality content) is then joined to the pleasant (cryptocurrent).
Currently I have published 2 mini test articles. As I have my own means, I am not reprehensible by a platform.
However, if for you freedom of expression is like the air you breathe and you feel cornered on Twitter, Facebook or even Mastodon, give Akasha a chance. It is very well done and very pleasant to use. And because it is based on a chain of evidence blocking, you will get ETH and AETH as a gift to start publishing. Then, it’s your turn to collect the manna through the votes.
However, a little tip, if you fall short, nothing prevents you from creating a fake account in the web version, and then transferring the chips to your official account.
Akasha can be downloaded as a desktop application but can also be used through a browser. However, remember to save your keys / passphrases once your account is created because after that you will not be able to retrieve it.
Don’t forget either that Akasha is still in beta and is only 2 years old, so it is a very small community. It will be less fun than Twitter or Medium.
ps: A tutorial for migrating a web account to a desktop account.