Since my last post
, the already massive influx of new users to Telegram has only accelerated. We may be witnessing the largest digital migration in human history.
Following this global phenomenon, two presidents started their Telegram channels:
The President of Brazil – @jairbolsonarobrasil
The President of Turkey – @RTErdogan
They join a list of other heads of state already present on the platform:
The President of Mexico – @PresidenteAMLO
The President of France – @emmanuelmacron
The Prime Minster of Singapore – @leehsienloong
The President of Ukraine – @V_Zelenskiy_official
The President of Uzbekistan – @shmirziyoyev
The President of Taiwan – @iingtw
The Prime Minister of Ethiopia – @AbiyAhmedAliofficial
The Prime Minister of Israel – @bnetanyahu
(Note that such verified accounts typically show a blue check mark in your chat list and search results.)
We are honored that political leaders, as well as numerous public organizations
, rely on Telegram to combat misinformation and spread awareness about important issues in their societies.
Unlike other networks, Telegram doesn’t use nontransparent algorithms to decide whether a subscriber will see content they subscribed to or not. As a result, Telegram channels are the only direct way for opinion leaders to reliably connect with their audiences.
By removing the manipulative algorithms that have become synonymous with 2010s technology platforms, Telegram channels restore transparency and integrity to public “one-to-many” communication.