Who is Web3 Facebook?
If The Coinbase NFT Marketplace is Web3 Instagram, Who is Web3 Facebook?
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Tesla rose to the fifth most interesting tech company this week as everyone and their uncle has opinions on what their CEO buying and privatizing Twitter means, and as gas prizes rise in conjunction with battery supply chain struggles, it doesn’t hurt that Tesla has years of an infrastructure head start over EV suppliers.
Coinbase stabilized in the 4th spot, fresh off their marketing push to declare their new NFT marketplace as the Web3 Instagram. I guess in this comparison, who is Web3 Facebook?
Apple is slogging right along as the iPhone 13 is beating (most) sales projections and opinions remain bearish on their future share of the wearables market.
Microsoft snags the second spot, as it releases that it’s cybersecurity business is now $15B in yearly revenue (up 50% YoY) but investors do have some pessimism around the rest of their earnings report.
Despite a sizable decline in reader interest this week, Amazon remains the most in demand tech company on HackerNoon right now. Notably Amazon is hiring firms to establish their TikTok presence and Bezos is tweeting“Did the Chinese government just gain a bit of leverage over the town square?”
Bonus: Check out rising star LimeChain in the trending startups section, fresh off their Startup Year in Sofia, Bulgaria Win.
Until Next Time May the Tech Companies Not Own You,
David Smooke, first published on HackerNoon.