Former Wall Street analyst, Mary Meeker suggests Cryptocurrency growth ahead of "Exploding" in Recode Report
The most Expected Mary Meeker's Internet Trends Report for this year was published on May 30 th 2018. The report clearly shows that there is a growing interest in cryptocurrencies, where Meeker suggests it has "exploded" since January 2017.
The alleged explosion has been extended to the point where many universities have introduced crypto – mainly Bitcoin (BTC) – courses.
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Based on the annual report," Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency Technologies "made it to the top courses at Princeton University offered in 2017. The report, compiled by Kleiner Perkins Partners and Hillhouse Capital Propose a statement was made stating that "it uses data to tell stories about business-related trends … we hope others will take the ideas, build on them. "
and make them better."  For visual presentation, Meeker uses a line graph showing the growth of Coinbase users from January to November 2017.
While growth is showing an upward trend, many have called this approach outdated, given that Bitcoin's historic growth took place in December, representing a fair representation of the number of users aboard the crypto train
namely VP Product of QED, a blockchain company, Maya Zehavi pointed out Twitter says Coinbase user data does not include December. Specifically, she noted, "The only crypto slide Mary Meeker's Internet Trend Report makes is the growth of Coinbase, and even that's outdated."
The only crypto slide that makes Mary Meeker's internet trend report is Coinbase growth, and even that is now obsolete (post peak) pic.twitter.com/wpugWsKdbM
– Maya Zehavi (@mayazi) May 30, 2018
Regardless of the faulty image, crypto remains clear as many pedagogical tools emerge. As consumers familiarize themselves with several online courses to satisfy their curiosity, more and more low-income courses on cryptography are slowly being introduced, many of which are already available.
20 takeaways from Meeker's 294-slide Internet Trends report