Many businesses have experienced a decline in revenue since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, at the same time, some have succeeded and have even made considerable profits and greater than what they did in the past.
Tesla made big profits
At the heart of the health crisis, Elon Musk’s Tesla company made high profits. The CEO has also sold more Tesla shares than in the past. According to Reuters, he has sold over US $ 16 billion. He also agreed to sell 10% of his stake in the company in order to pay his taxes, which are also considerable.
NASA launched a new telescope
For its part, NASA has successfully launched the space telescope James webb. Over the next 29 days, the telescope will undergo various transformations until it settles at its destination about a million kilometers from Earth. Six months later, he will deliver his first images of space.
LG will launch a new product line
The LG company will unveil transparent OLED screens during this year. This will be done at CES 2022. As part of this project, the company has announced that it will launch the ” Shopping Managing Showcase », A program that will present a transparent OLED screen nestled inside a wooden stand. The goal is to rethink the purchasing experience of screen users in a different way.
Instagram will compete better with TikTok
The social network Instagram plans to integrate new options into its mode of operation. Its manager Adam Mosseri published in a video on Twitter the axes on which its platform is working for the year 2022. Among other things, it plans increase video content for the benefit of its users. The goal is undoubtedly to better compete with Chinese TikTok.
OpenSea bans two collections from its platform
The OpenSea marketplace has banned from its offer two NFT collections which are copies of Bored Ape Yacht Club. The two collections, Phunky Ape Yacht Club (PAYC) and PHAYC, were launched earlier this month. They had taken images from the original collection of Bored Ape Yacht Club by making small changes before selling them on the platform. They were banned from it.
The year 2022 promises to be very exciting in the field of cryptocurrencies, NFTs, technology and in the launch of new offers by companies. Will it be as interesting as analysts think? For now, we can only hope that it meets everyone’s expectations.
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