The Annual Blockchain Trends Report analyzed the 10 most important events of 2021.
This report revealed that topics like NTF, GameFi, and the metaverse were trending.
Huobi Research Institute, the leading blockchain application research team, published its 2021-2022 Annual Global Blockchain Industry Overview and Trends Report on January 21, 2022.
2021 was a year to remember. Many witnessed rapid changes in the industry and new milestones: Coinbase (COIN) was listed on Nasdaq, the first bitcoin futures ETF was approved, and bitcoin became legal tender in El Salvador. NFT, DAO, the metaverse, Web3.0 and GameFi are concepts that have become popular. As the new year progresses, what are the trends to expect?
Highlights from the Huobi Research Institute report
The Annual Global Report 2021-2022 Huobi Research Institute’s Blockchain Industry Overview and Trends Report, in collaboration with the Blockchain Association Singapore and supported by Huobi Technology and Huobi Singapore, analyzes the development of the cryptocurrency industry over the past year from four different aspects: finance, market, technology and politics.
The report also examines ten major events that occurred in the industry during 2021, and uses them as a basis for forecasting trends for 2022. From a financial perspective, publicly traded companies and central banks are increasingly accepting bitcoin as a digital asset that can replace gold.
Traditional financial institutions are actively entering this market and regulatory compliance has become a major trend. In the last year, DeFi has maintained rapid development, both in scale and type, and DeFi2.0 innovations have evolved to offer better liquidity solutions.
The market value of stablecoins increased rapidly and received the attention of regulators around the world. Companies involved in digital asset compliance continue to grow, and the demand for these services will continue to increase for the foreseeable future.
Several hot topics emerged throughout the year. NFTs showed explosive growth, but behind the bubble, lack of liquidity and price volatility continue to pose problems. The popularity of meme coins has skyrocketed, forming its own subculture and trends.
DAO, GameFi and the metaverse became the buzzwords in 2021. What drives them are innovations in organizational forms, improvements in operating models and further exploration of the limits of virtual reality. Technology drives innovation.
The report analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of the Layer2 technology led by Rollups and possible solutions in the future. Fierce competition between old and new public blockchains constantly challenges the dominance of bitcoin. As the bridges between chains (cross-chain) became important infrastructure, blockchain security is likely to face more challenges.
To future, DAO will become mainstream, DeFi will enter the 2.0 era and CBDCs will be gradually introduced to the public. Behind rapid technological iterations and expanding markets lie enormous development opportunities and an ever-evolving industry.
Here you can descargar the 2021-2022 Annual Global Blockchain Industry Overview and Trends Report, published by the Huobi Research Institute.
About Huobi Research Institute
Huobi Blockchain Application Research Institute (referred to as “Huobi Research Institute”) was founded in April 2016. Since March 2018, it has been committed to expand research and exploration in various fields of Bitcoin technology.
The goal is to accelerate the research and development of this technology, promote the adoption of cryptocurrencies and the ecological optimization of the blockchain. The main content of the research includes industry trends, application innovations in the blockchain field, and model exploration.
Based on the principles of public welfare, rigor and innovation, the Huobi Research Institute will cooperate with governments, companies, universities and other institutions through various ways to build a research platform on blockchain.
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