As the final gifts are bought and wrapped, and the sherry begins to flow, a question is in the tongue of families around the world this holiday season: When will you put down your phone and stop checking cryptocurrencies? Little do they understand the evils of a turbulent month of bearish Bitcoin divergence, nor do they understand the endless possibilities of what could happen next, only one thing is for sure: it’s Christmas and it’s time to enjoy it.
In the holiday spirit, Coin Rivet has compiled a barometer reading of the sentiments of crypto market experts for 2022, so you don’t have to this Christmas season. Web 3.0 users will take center stage For many of the experts, Web 3.0 has been shelved this year, although the importance of the subsector will continue to grow until 2022. Web 3.0 focuses on extending the utility of the user in a decentralized capacity and, naturally, this will place users as the central focus within emerging technology.
Julian Sawyer, CEO of Bitstamp, the world’s oldest crypto exchange, wanted to affirm the view that customer interaction is a vitally human component of high-tech systems. Especially in crypto, we use technology to power our products and our business, yet our customer service is a space where we can be human,” he explained. The technical jargon of our industry is what leaves customers confused or frustrated and we strive to be a place where people can enter the market with confidence.
In 2022, the focus should be on innovative products that provide a better customer experience, not on using technology to separate potential customers. As more people talk about metaverses, cyborgs, and alternate realities, I bet people will want to talk to real people. And Matt Zhang, the founder of Hivemind Capital (a $ 1.5 billion crypto fund built on the foundation of Algorand), agrees with this view: Adding decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) will revolutionize user engagement in the future. of the industry and the technology sector. will be the first.