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The Trends

Revolutionizing the world

Documentation beats argumentation

Two industries that revolutionize the world

Social Media in numbers

Global social media users exceeded 4.8 billion (approximately 53% of the global population).

Facebook had over 2.8 billion monthly active users, remaining the largest social media platform.

YouTube had over 2 billion monthly active users, primarily focusing on video content.

WhatsApp had over 2 billion monthly active users, becoming popular for messaging worldwide.

Instagram had over 1 billion monthly active users, particularly appealing to younger audiences.

WeChat had over 1.2 billion monthly active users, dominating the Chinese market.

Twitter had around 340 million monthly active users.

LinkedIn had over 740 million registered users.


Statista: www.statista.com

Pew Research Center: www.pewresearch.org

Hootsuite: blog.hootsuite.com

We Are Social: wearesocial.com

eMarketer: www.emarketer.com

Social Media Today: www.socialmediatoday.com

Blockchain Revolution

Blockchain technology has sparked a profound revolution, disrupting traditional systems in various industries by providing a decentralized and immutable ledger that ensures transparency and trust. Primarily, it has revolutionized the financial landscape through cryptocurrencies, promoting financial inclusion for the unbanked and underbanked populations. Additionally, blockchain has greatly improved supply chain management, enabling real-time tracking and verification of goods origin and movement, thus reducing fraud and ensuring ethical sourcing practices. Moreover, it has enhanced voting systems, ensuring secure and tamper-resistant elections, bolstering democratic processes and fostering trust in governments. Furthermore, blockchain has transformed the art and intellectual property sectors, offering a secure way to verify ownership and provenance of digital assets, paving the way for unprecedented opportunities in efficiency, transparency, and trust across various sectors.

Blockchain in numbers

The Bitcoin network, being one of the most popular cryptocurrencies, recorded over 400,000 transactions daily on average.

The Ethereum network alone, known for its smart contract capabilities, witnessed an average of over 1.3 million daily transactions during the same period.

The total daily transactions across all blockchain networks combined were estimated to be in the hundreds of millions.


CoinMarketCap (coinmarketcap.com) - Provides data on various cryptocurrencies, including transaction volumes and historical trends.

CoinGecko (coingecko.com) - Offers comprehensive cryptocurrency data, including transaction volumes, historical data, and trends.

Blockchain.com (blockchain.com) - A widely used blockchain explorer that provides information on Bitcoin transactions and other blockchain data.

The Gap