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2 Dec, 2023
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OpenAI has pushed back the launch of its GPT Store to early 2024, delaying it from the initially announced date later this year. The decision follows leadership chaos at OpenAI, with a major shakeup occurring in November shortly after the initial announcement.

The company cited unexpected developments as the reason for the delay, emphasizing their commitment to ensuring a safe launch. The GPT Store, introduced at OpenAI's Dev Day conference, aims to offer AI models and services, but key details regarding customer charges and developer payments remain unclear.

For users and developers eagerly anticipating the GPT Store, OpenAI assured ongoing improvements, including a more refined configuration interface and enhanced debug messages.

Despite the delay, users can continue creating and sharing GPTs directly with others, although these models won't be publicly listed or partake in any revenue-sharing arrangements until the official store launch.