Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill said, "Russia is an unpredictable riddle wrapped in secrets". The Russian internet, like a Russian nesting doll, is a puzzle. Russia is the first country to develop modern Internet, artificial intelligence, digital currency and other technologies, giving birth to math and computer geniuses and masters such as Andrei Yuryevich Okounkov, Stanislav Smirnov, Vitalik Buterin (Vitalik Buterin for short). In the process of development, there is no sustainable development, and there is no Internet company with world-class influence in the local area. The shining Internet investor Yuri Milner has invested in world-class Internet companies such as.
Facebook and Ali, but the phone number list source of his funds has been unclear. Such mysterious things are numerous on the Russian Internet. Lost Players of the Global Internet If we carefully analyze Russia's Internet and capital markets, we will find an interesting phenomenon: all relevant major events basically happened in 2008-2012. The Internet penetration rate in Russia is high, but the development of mobile Internet is very lagging behind. There is no official ban on European and American networks such as Google and Facebook, but these companies have a small share of the local market. There are more than 100 million Internet users in Russia, and the Internet usage rate exceeds 75%, which is much higher than that of China and India.
At present, among the top 10 Internets in Russia, the two with the highest market value are Yandex and Mail.ru (including Vkontakte). They were listed in 2010 and 2011 respectively, and no larger Internet companies have appeared in Russia since then. A June 2018 list showed that among the top 100 technology companies by market capitalization in the world, American companies were the biggest winners, followed by China, and none of Russia was on the list. In 2010, Russia's Mail.ru was listed in London, with a market value of more than 40 billion yuan ($6 billion, the following are all calculated in yuan).