All the technological trends that will mark 2022

We say goodbye to a frenetic year marked by the massive distribution of the coronavirus vaccine – we are already on the third dose – and by major technological changes that are here to stay. 2021 is about to end to make way for an even more hectic 2022. Concepts such as ‘Metaverse’, ‘NFT’, ‘Artificial Intelligence’ or ‘Blockchain’ will gain prominence over the next year. Tech experts also say that video content will dominate in future. Even now, 67% of online users prefer watching videos over reading. Use of platforms like YouTube will grow bigger, and people will be able to generate even more money from YouTube. To become a successful YouTuber, you can get fast and instant subscribers for your YouTube channel.

Cryptocurrencies still generate reluctance

Bitcoin, Ethereum… WhatsApp announced a few weeks ago that it is testing instant money transfers with this type of currency through chats . What is the future of the cryptocurrency market? What awaits us this 2022? 

The cryptocurrency sector is experiencing a sweet moment. Ether, the second largest currency on the stock market, hit a new all-time high above $4.7 billion in December. However, its instability still generates reluctance among users. Without going any further, the token ‘SQUID’ -inspired by the popular series of The Squid Game- that shot up to reach a value of 2,856.64 dollars in 20 minutes, turned out to be a millionaire scam that affected thousands of people.

This year, during the month of October, it launched ProShares Bitcoin Strategy, the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF), an investment fund listed on the Wall Street stock exchange in New York (United States), and whose value depends directly on the value of the cryptocurrency. 

As companies advance in cybersecurity, hackers organize 

In recent months, large companies and public institutions have suffered cyberattacks that have revealed the vulnerability of their operating and data protection systems. Without going any further, lots of people were forced to partially stop production at their factories because of a computer attack.