The latest data shows that more Bitcoin transactions than ever before use so-called SegWit technology. According to various data, as of January 4, SegWit accounted for 66% of Bitcoin transactions. SegWit.Space labels the current SegWit ratio column as 66%. Other data sources, such as transacationfee.info and Willy Woo's data source Woobull, show that number is about 59%. In order to increase the speed and efficiency of Bitcoin transactions and reduce the number of Bitcoin transactions, SegWit was initially implemented at a slow pace. Proponents of Bitcoin believe that exchanges that are unwilling to try this technology have placed unnecessary pressure on the Bitcoin network.