At roughly 10years old, in December of 2000, at the height of the dot-com bubble, global internet penetration was 5.8%. At roughly 10 years old, Bitcoin, among Americans, is 6.2%. Par for the course. Sources:
• Only about half the world population is using the internet. • But in the last years there were on average more than *half a million people* who were online for the first time on that day. The internet’s history has only just begun. →
• 50% of the world population are not online. For many, the internet is now essential for work, finding information, and connecting with others. How did half the world get online in just one generation? And what are the challenges ahead? →
In the US adults spend on average more than 6 hours per day on digital media – apps and websites accessed through mobile phones, tablets, computers. This almost doubled within the last decade. [from: ]