Meet a 25-year-old NFT collector who earned $75,000 the day of the ApeCoin airdrop—before the Bored Ape token surged 90%

ApeCoin, the token associated with the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT project, made a number of investors quite a bit of money after its launch on Thursday–including NFT artist and collector Nathan Head.

After he claimed his ApeCoin airdrop on Thursday, Head sold all 10,950 tokens he received for $75,000, he told Fortune, which reviewed screenshots of the transactionAt the time, ApeCoin was trading at around $6.80 per token.

It was “life-changing money,” the 25-year-old said. “I couldn’t believe it at first. I sat there waiting for the transaction to approve. When it went through and I checked my ETH balance, it was a very surreal moment.”

Head, who said he bought BAYC No. 7865 last year for around $4,100, initially planned to hold his ApeCoins after the airdrop. But once they hit market, the price was “way higher than I ever imagined and I thought it would be best for me to sell.” 

BAYC is one of the top NFT collections, with $1.41 billion in total volume traded, according to data site DappRadar. Individual Bored Ape NFTs have sold for millions of dollars. As BAYC has grown in popularity, the project has expanded with other collections, including Mutant Ape Yacht Club and Bored Ape Kennel Club. To reward its NFT holders, ApeCoin was “dropped” to Ape holders for free, with owners able to sell the coin for profit or keep.

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Since Head sold his ApeCoin, the price of the token has shot up considerably, although it’s still volatile. 

According to data site CoinGecko, the token has traded as high as $17.17 and as low as $6.21. But different sources have reported different numbers, as crypto news site Decrypt points out. For example, according to data site CoinMarketCap, ApeCoin’s peak was much higher, at $39.40, with a low of $1. Surging as much as 90% on Friday, both CoinGecko and CoinMarketCap estimate the token is currently trading at about $13.70.

Nonetheless, Head could’ve made much more money if he held out. Using CoinMarketCap’s top, he could’ve made over $431,000. “I still feel very blessed and lucky, however watching the token price, it does make me feel a little bit sick thinking it’s over double what I sold for,” he said.

The space is ‘unpredictable’

ApeCoin was released by a collective called ApeCoin DAO, a so-called decentralized autonomous organization. Though the DAO is separate from Yuga Labs, the creator of BAYC, ApeCoin has been adopted as the “primary token for the BAYC ecosystem, as well as future Yuga products and services,” Yuga Labs tweeted on Wednesday. 

After its release, hype drove ApeCoin’s price fluctuation, but such volatility isn’t abnormal for airdropped tokens or for the space in general.

“I think it really goes to show just how unpredictable this space can be,” Head said. But, he doesn’t have regrets, as “I know I would have been so upset had the price crashed to $1 to $2 if I hadn’t sold yesterday.”

After all, this unexpected income means a lot to Head.

Based in London, Head says he’s “moving out of my parents’ house in less than a month and these funds will help me tremendously,” he said. In addition, he plans to invest some of his profit in NFT projects, but convert most of it to fiat for “real life things.” 

He likely won’t buy back any ApeCoin until the price drops, but plans to own a small amount in the future to have exposure to the BAYC project.

Head is super bullish on BAYC, and plans to hold his NFT for the long haul.

“I’ve had my ape for nine months and it is probably the best investment I have ever made in my life. I initially purchased it on a bit of a whim,” he said. “I honestly don’t know if I would ever sell my Ape, even though it’s worth more money than I have ever had in fiat. It truly feels like being in a very cool club that comes with a lot of very valuable freebies and opportunities.”

Bored Apes and CryptoPunks help jolt NFT market to over 21,000% growth and $17.6 billion in sales last year

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were the hottest topic of 2021, and a new report by industry tracker,, shows how NFT traders turned that hype into major gains, stoking the market into $17.6 billion of total sales—a more than 200-fold increase over 2020. 

NFTs—unique digital assets such as audio clips, photos, GIFs, or other digital items, which are secured on the blockchain and can be bought and sold through online marketplaces like OpenSea—jumped into the mainstream in 2021.

The breakthrough moment for the nascent tech came after digital artist Beeple sold an NFT artwork at Christie’s last March for $69 million. Since then, tokens in top NFT collections, like CryptoPunks and Bored Ape Yacht Club, have sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars a pop.

According to Thursday’s report, which was created with support from L’Atelier BNP Paribas, the total value of all NFT transactions worldwide jumped 21,350% to more than $17 billion in 2021, from $82.5 million in 2020. The 200-fold increase in the NFT market was 100 times as great as the percentage increase in the electric-vehicle market over the same period, the report says.

The broad boom in the NFT market brought millions in profits to individual sellers. NFT traders earned over $5.4 billion in total profit through buying and selling NFTs, says. Of the roughly 2 million active wallets engaged in buying NFTs over last year, 473 of them generated at least $1 million in profits.

Collectibles and gaming were two categories leading the surge in NFT transactions last year. The collectibles category alone generated more than $8.4 billion in sales. Among the NFTs in the collectibles group are some of the most popular NFT projects, including Bored Ape Yacht Club, which counts among its owners celebrities such as pop star Justin Bieber and late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon.

Although last year’s increase in the NFT market was its biggest ever, the technology is still fairly new, and has benefited from publicity. Dan Kelly, CEO and cofounder of, said in a statement that in 2022, the market is likely to decline overall as it matures.

Watchfire Signs helps restore luster to historic theater marquee

After a long, arduous restoration process, the marquee at the historic Hollywood Theater in Gowanda, New York can shine brighter with LED signage from Watchfire Signs and the work of a dedicated group of volunteers.

Watchfire provided an 8-millimeter LED sign that attracts moviegoers to the decades-old cinema. With the $250,000 restoration complete, the Hollywood Theater can return to showing films and hosting music camps for the local community.

Watchfire, a 90-year-old company, specializes in LED lights and signage that can withstand weather conditions and function for many years. The company, which also supplies software to operate its signage, has more than 65,000 LED displays and supplies signage to digital outdoor customers across the U.S.

Signs Unlimited performed fabrication on the Hollywood Theater marquee. Provided

Nancy Redeye, architect for the restoration project, called Watchfire to see if the company was interested in helping out and representatives traveled to Gowanda to check out the theater, owned by Gowanda’s Historic Hollywood Theater Ltd.

“The site visit allowed us to study the existing conditions, hear their vision and make recommendations on fabrication methods and integration of our digital technology,” Evan Walsh, Territory Manager, Watchfire Signs, said in an email. “It also gave us the opportunity to demonstrate Watchfire products and different resolutions, then provide an overview of scope of work.”

The LED refurbishment took more than three years. Watchfire built a custom product to meet the theater’s specifications and shipped it to the company’s dealer, Signs Unlimited, which completed fabrication work. Every few months, Walsh would stop into Signs Unlimited to see how the project was progressing.

“It was critical that the ‘fit and finish’ of the digital displays flawlessly meshed with the marquee structure. This wasn’t a project that could be installed in the field,” Walsh said. “Because of this, we knew it could potentially be a while before the marquee and all related fabrication would be complete and installed.”

As work began, the design and fabrication of the marquee posed the biggest challenge. Watchfire wanted to duplicate the exact image of the marquee from the 1950’s. Every detail needed to be accurate with correct paint colors, exposed neon lighting, and retro-style flashers and chasers that were “extremely difficult to source” at the height of the pandemic supply chain issue, according to Walsh.

“For our part, it was a priority that the digital display had a tight pitch to meet their vision for the marquee and how it would be used,” Walsh said. “We worked with them to select an 8-millimeter (pitch) to deliver the balance of vibrant, true-to-life colors and the smooth visual they were looking for. Because of the way that the marquee goes together, the theater and Signs Unlimited wanted a product that could perform for the long haul.”

While the work was challenging, Walsh knew what the restoration meant to the group trying to save the theater and the Gowanda community. In 2018, during the early stages of the marquee project, Walsh met with Mark Burr, Hollywood Theater president. Burr gave Walsh a tour of the theater. He could see how passionate Burr was to finish the entire restoration that was stretching into more than a decade.

It resonated with Walsh on a personal level.

“They were proud to share their unique history with an outsider,” Walsh said. “He talked about the local family that originally built it, and the reasons they built it. We knew we had to help them achieve their vision. I am proud to have completed a project that meant so much to so many folks.”

Since the theater is several decades old, restoration challenges became a laundry list of obstacles. After the marquee was removed and taken to Signs Unlimited, the theater group realized the structure’s wood elements were dry-rotted. Repairs would be more costly than the group had planned for.

“In addition, some of the wood framing would conflict with the proposed underside lighting pattern. It was decided to remove all the wood framing and replace it with steel stud framing,” Burr said in an email to Digital Signage Today. “The good thing was the metal strutting weighed a few hundred pounds lighter than the old wood framing, however, it had to be re-designed and re-configured to accommodate the proposed underside lighting pattern.”

Due to shipping delays from China, light sockets for the marquee didn’t arrive on time. The group waited for months only to hear the factory in China might not even make those type of sockets anymore.

Time for another option. Burr said a local businessman who helped pay for the restoration told his employees to call light socket vendors and sign contractors throughout the U.S. to find replacement sockets.

“The message was any amount would help and please check your shelves as even a dozen would help and we would take them all,” Burr said. “Slowly but surely, over the spring of 2020 through the spring of 2021, 500 replacement light sockets were acquired.”

Another hurdle was finding a proper light controller for the marquee’s bubble lights. A controller made in China had been discontinued, so the group looked at a different option which would be more expensive and delivery time was unknown. Eventually, the group lucked out when it discovered a light controller in the U.S. that Burr said is reliable and easy to use.

Just when the project was starting to progress, another roadblock: the marquee’s paint. Colors are yellow and red, but the purple dye needed for the red paint was out of stock. Finally, two months later, the red paint arrived. The theater had to pay three times the original price per gallon, but the marquee could be painted, at last.

“It took almost three years to the day to remove, restore and reinstall the refurbished marquee. Thank you to the project team for their perseverance,” Burr said. “It was well worth the wait!”

ViewSonic education platform surpasses 5M users

ViewSonic education platform surpasses 5M usersProvided

The myViewBoard ecosystem, created by ViewSonic Corp., a provider of visual and education solutions, has surpassed 5 million users with the platform being used in more than 5,000 institutions around the world, according to a company press release.

First introduced by the company in 2018, myViewBoard facilitates digital content creation, communications and collaboration in classrooms. The platform can be used for in-person, remote or hybrid classroom settings.

“ViewSonic is incredibly proud to have achieved this great milestone, particularly with a product that is geared towards enhancing and expanding educational possibilities at a time when schooling has seen incredible disruption for so many,” Bonny Cheng, COO at ViewSonic, said in the release. “MyViewBoard is continuously evolving, with an ecosystem that’s becoming ever more open, flexible and accessible. We’re excited to be helping drive educational technology forward with a comprehensive range of solutions.”

While myViewBoard helps power ViewSonic’s ViewBoard interactive displays, it is also compatible with interactive displays from other brands, including devices on Windows, Android and iOS operating systems. Through this, teachers are able to share lessons and content with other educators for collaboration.

When Something Goes Wrong – Business Continuity 102

How common is business disruption? It’s a good question! Perhaps it is so rare that you don’t need to plan for it!

Unfortunately, that is not the case. In June 2021, the team at Security Magazine noted that in their regular survey 73% of respondents had a failure at some point. Two-thirds of them had lived through a system outage in the previous 12 months. FEMA brings an interesting spin to the story. Their numbers indicate that 90% of small companies and 40% of all companies fail within a year of a declared emergency unless they can resume operations within five days. The European Union countries report similar data and note that impacts from earthquakes and floods can consume 10% or more of the GDP of member states. It’s sobering.

Then add in the malware attacks. The average downtime, according to CoveWare who track outages, is 23 days but in the print industry we know of outages that have taken months to resolve. If you started by reading the last episode, you have an idea of what you need in your hands to build an Emergency Response Plan. That is only one of the plans you need to maintain business continuity if something goes wrong that takes your business offline.


In addition to contacting your employees and suppliers, you need a plan for the work you do. Start with these three questions:

  1. What are the production tasks that rely on one or two employees? Who are they?
    -Even in a fully automated workflow, you may have gatekeepers, Quality Control People, and others essential to your workflow. In manual or semi-automated workflows, there may be more than one or two that you consider essential.
  2. What are the key jobs that always require intervention to move through production?
    -We are looking for those jobs that, even if sent to a partner to run, will need the attention of a key staff member to run successfully offsite.
  3. What are the mission-critical procedures known and understood by only one or two key individuals?
    -Consider everything from color management for specific clients to the arcane fun of mailing.

According to a Gartner Group report, 87% of executives answered yes to one or more of these questions. Gartner considers that a sign that these companies are not prepared to continue operations in the event of a challenge to their business. How would you answer?

As you build an Operations Plan, think about the mission-critical work you do. Do you have an agreement with a partner site to take on overflow work or work in case of an emergency? If not, you should. Talk to your hardware vendors, who will know what sites have similar equipment. Remember, not all inkjet devices are configured in the same way – you will want a partner who can take your work as easily as possible. Talk to peers in your association and networking groups. Find one or two companies that you are culturally compatible with and work on a plan.

Your plan will need to include some detail that you may not have considered. Do you have a record of the source file name for every component of your production documents? Some companies have it all tucked neatly into a management system, while others rely on a directory structure where the files may not be as well organized. Where are you on the continuum?

Can you identify application owners? Can each CSR identify their key customers and their work?

This will be essential information if you need to move to a partner site. You will need to identify any special stock you normally use or unique finishing and build a plan for how to execute that work. And, if you host your website on your own on-premise server, is there a backup?

Start with these questions as you build the plan. Others will crop up along the way. Document everything and ensure it will be accessible when you need it. And practice! Work with your identified partner to run a drill to make sure they can print for you if needed. Have the conversation about postage accounts and consumables. Know before you need it.

Restart and Recovery

You need a plan for restarting to focus on getting the staff and work back to the plant. Depending on what you are recovering from, this plan may need to account for long time frames, rebuilding, machine replacement, and staff augmentation. Your best plan is one that has a high-level overview of every department and system that will need to be addressed, even if you don’t fill in all the detail. A solid strategy with bullet points to guide the decision-making is a good plan.

Once you can bring all operations back online, update the continuity plans with all learnings. You may find that, despite all practice drills, some things didn’t work, or conditions required other types of solutions. Make notes, so you don’t need to reinvent the wheel.

When it’s time to declare that you met the brief and operations are back in full swing, think about the steps to full recovery. Do you need to expand partnerships? Do you need to run exercises more often? Do you need to think about expanding into additional locations or change the way you use additional locations?

There is no good metric that declares recovery. You can decide during your planning what recovery looks like for you. You might say that you are recovered when you have grown 10% from the point of the emergency. You might declare recovery when you are at that original baseline. Recovery might be that point where you can begin to address the projects, upgrades, and feature expansions that were on the project list before the world stopped.

If you’ve used your plan, let me know how it went! Comment on this blog or send me a note at!

Signage Industry Resources


Perot Museum

Perot Museum created an engaging visual result with MediaVue

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HB Communications

HB Communications

“HB Communications transforms central cafe with MediaVue”

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WGBH-TV Boston

WGBH-TV Boston

“WGBH’s iconic mural powered by MediaVue”

Sponsor: MediaVue Systems

Seeing is believing: Everything you need to know about 8K in live broadcasting and professional displays

Seeing is believing: Everything you need to know about 8K in live broadcasting and professional displays

A picture is worth a thousand words. Displays with 8K resolution, which means not only more but better and faster pixels, provide immersive experiences and genuine visual impact in the industry, engaging the audience with real-time broadcasting.

Sponsor: Intel Corporation

2022 Kiosk Marketplace Census Report

2022 Kiosk Marketplace Census Report

The 2022 Kiosk Marketplace Census Report is your exclusive look at statistics on the self-serve kiosk industry’s size, operating metrics and outlook from both users and suppliers.


6 Considerations for Optimizing Your In-Store Digital Experience

6 Considerations for Optimizing Your In-Store Digital Experience

Download this white paper to discover six areas of focus for creating a sustainable and scalable in-store digital experience that will carry you far beyond day one.

Sponsor: SageNet

Keep your solutions flowing: How to navigate today’s supply chain challenges

Keep your solutions flowing: How to navigate today’s supply chain challenges

In this webinar you will learn from creative solutions providers and experts with decades of experience, how to find solutions to your supply chain woes and what the future may hold.

Date/Time: March 15, 2022 | 2:00 PM EDT

Sponsor: Impact Components

Fairfield University Case Study: Digital Signage for Higher Education

Fairfield University Case Study: Digital Signage for Higher Education

How Fairfield University uses Digital Signage to improve students and faculty members’ communications and experiences.

Sponsor: OptiSigns

Ten Essential Considerations When Implementing Digital Signage

Ten Essential Considerations When Implementing Digital Signage

There are many moving parts in a successful digital signage implementation. What do you need to think about?

Sponsor: Omnivex

Essential Considerations When Implementing Digital Signage

Essential Considerations When Implementing Digital Signage

Digital signage projects are accompanied by a unique set of challenges. How do we rise to meet these challenges?

Sponsor: Omnivex

Convention Center Signage Oriented Towards the Future

Convention Center Signage Oriented Towards the Future

With its venue’s modern architecture, unique setting, and high-tech offer, Barcelona International Convention Center is known for offering first-class services that can fulfil the requirements of any kind of event. Digital signage is no exception. See how the SpinetiX Digital Signage Solution forms a key element of the Center’s service offer.

Sponsor: SpinetiX

A New Era Dawning for Indoor LED Display Solutions

A New Era Dawning for Indoor LED Display Solutions

LED displays have long ruled the outdoor signage space, but innovations in driver IC design promises to extend that rule indoors.

Sponsor: Macroblock, Inc.

Protecting Your Technology Investment: Choosing Full-Service Providers or a Self-Service Marketplace

Protecting Your Technology Investment: Choosing Full-Service Providers or a Self-Service Marketplace

Self-service technician marketplaces allow businesses to directly match their technology rollouts with a network of localized technicians, giving the business total control over the project management of their investment.

Sponsor: TechLink

Coping with Supply Chain Chaos

Coping with Supply Chain Chaos

Many tech companies are struggling to fill orders because of difficulty securing quality components. It doesn’t have to be that way.

Sponsor: Impact Components

7 Key Components of a Successful Digital Signage Program

7 Key Components of a Successful Digital Signage Program

A quick reference guide to create and maintain a successful digital signage program.

Sponsor: OptiSigns

Using Innovative Technology to Provide Outstanding Visual Performance

Using Innovative Technology to Provide Outstanding Visual Performance

Clear Cobalt is the new generation of display products from Absen, using several innovative technologies to provide outstanding visual performance versus traditional LED products.

Sponsor: Almo Professional A/V

Case Study: First Americans Museum of Oklahoma

Case Study: First Americans Museum of Oklahoma

Unique Digital Signage Installation of Massive dvLED Video Wall by Ford AV Includes 192 Absen Acclaim dvLED Panels and Peerless-AV® SEAMLESS Bespoke Mounting System

Sponsor: Peerless-AV

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Transforming Retail Bank Branches in Digital Era

Transforming Retail Bank Branches in Digital Era

AI-powered Virtual Assistant can play an important role in branch banking transformation. It can be the first touchpoint in the customer journey, and handling of the standard and non-differentiated banking transactions and provides an opportunity for the bank to optimize its branch operation and network.

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Digital Signage Market Future Growth Statistics and Key Players Insights By 2028 | Key Players Are Philips, LG Display, Microsoft, SAMSUNG, Sony Corporation

Digital Signage report helps this industry in deciding upon various strategies such as production, marketing, sales, or promotion for a particular product in the market or the new product to be launched. The Digital Signage report provides the company profile, product specifications, capacity, production value, and market shares for each company for the forecast period. In addition, the scope of the Digital Signage market report can be broadened from market scenarios to comparative pricing between major players, cost and profit of the specified market regions. This report is a trustworthy source of market information for the business which assists with better decision making and outlines better business strategies.

The digital signage market is expected to witness market growth at a rate of 11.01% in the forecast period of 2021 to 2028. Data Bridge Market Research report on bipolar discrete semiconductor market provides analysis and insights regarding the various factors expected to be prevalent throughout the forecast period while providing their impacts on the market’s growth.

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Market Status and Outlook by Region: In this segment, the report examines net edge, deals, income, creation, a portion of the overall industry, CAGR, and market size by locale. Here, this market is profoundly examined based on areas and nations like North America, Europe, China, India, Japan, and the MEA.

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Company Usability Profiles

The report profoundly explores the recent significant developments by the leading vendors and innovation profiles in the Global Digital Signage Market, including Philips, LG Display, Microsoft, SAMSUNG, Sony Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, Planar Systems, Omnivex Corporation, SHARP CORPORATION, NEC Corporation, AU Optronics Corp., Goodview, Scala Digital Signage, Winmate Inc., Keywest Technology, Inc., Cisco, BrightSign, LLC, Barco, ViewSonic Corporation, STRATACACHE, ADFLOW Networks; among other domestic and global players

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The prime aim of the Global Digital Signage Market is to provide industry investors, private equity companies, company leaders and stakeholders with complete information to help them make well-versed strategic decisions associated to the chances in the Concealed Door Closer market throughout the world.

Report Target Clients:

**Investors and Private Equity Firms

**Concealed Door Closer Providers

**Suppliers as well as Distributors

**Government and Regulatory Agencies

**End users

Key Market Segmentation:

Based on the product type, the digital signage market is segmented into kiosks, billboards, signboards, menu boards, others.

Based on the technology type, the digital signage market is segmented into LCD, LED, OLED, front projection

Based on the component type, the digital signage market is segmented into hardware, software, service.

Based on the application, the digital signage market is segmented into transportation, retail, education, government, healthcare, banking, education, entertainment and others.

Based on the location, the digital signage market is segmented into indoor and outdoor.

Major Regions:

Geographically, this report split into several key regions, with sales (MT), Revenue (Million USD), market share, and growth rate for these regions, covering

**North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)

**Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, and Rest of Europe)

**Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia, and Australia)

**South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Rest of South America)

**Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, South Africa, and Rest of Middle East & Africa)

Major questions addressed through this global research report:

What are the demanding sectors for driving this global Digital Signage market?

Which are the major key players and competitors?

What will be the market size of the global market?

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What are the restraints, threats, and challenges in front of the market?

What are the global opportunities in front of the market?

How digital footprint helps to expand the business structure and economic outcomes?

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Market Dynamics to Support Global Transparent Digital Signage Industry to Reach USD3199.2 Million by 2028

Digital signage is a sub segment of signage. Digital displays use technologies such as LCD, LED and Projection to display content such as digital images, video, streaming media, web pages, weather data, restaurant menu, or text. They can be found in public spaces, transportation systems, museums, stadiums, retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and corporate buildings etc., to provide wayfinding, exhibitions, marketing and outdoor advertising. The Transparent Digital Signage has the characteristics of innovation, technology leadership and matching market demand, which is favored by some high-end customers. It is transparent, light, easy to install, energy-saving and environmentally friendly, and can be widely used in e retail & hospitality, automotive & transportation, media & entertainment and others. Although the Transparent Digital Signage is still facing problems such as luminous consistency, stability, clarity and transparency, it is still a long way from the real popularity.

Top 10 manufacturers accounted for 55.98% market share in 2019.

The global Transparent Digital Signage market was valued at US$ 226.6 million in 2020 and it is expected to reach US$ 3199.2 million by the end of 2027, growing at a CAGR of 46.0% during 2021-2027.

The research report has incorporated the analysis of different factors that augment the market’s growth. It constitutes trends, restraints, and drivers that transform the market in either a positive or negative manner. This section also provides the scope of different segments and applications that can potentially influence the market in the future. The detailed information is based on current trends and historic milestones. This section also provides an analysis of the volume of production about the global market and about each type from 2016 to 2027. This section mentions the volume of production by region from 2016 to 2027. Pricing analysis is included in the report according to each type from the year 2016 to 2027, manufacturer from 2016 to 2021, region from 2016 to 2021, and global price from 2016 to 2027.

A thorough evaluation of the restrains included in the report portrays the contrast to drivers and gives room for strategic planning. Factors that overshadow the market growth are pivotal as they can be understood to devise different bends for getting hold of the lucrative opportunities that are present in the ever-growing market. Additionally, insights into market expert’s opinions have been taken to understand the market better.

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The research report includes specific segments by region (country), by manufacturers, by Type and by Application. Each type provides information about the production during the forecast period of 2016 to 2027. by Application segment also provides consumption during the forecast period of 2016 to 2027. Understanding the segments helps in identifying the importance of different factors that aid the market growth.

Segment by Type

  • LED Type (See-through Type and Film Type)
  • OLED Type
  • Others

Segment by Application

  • Retail & Hospitality
  • Automotive & Transportation
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Others

By Company

  • LG Electronics
  • BenQ
  • Planar Systems (Leyard)
  • ClearLED
  • Shenzhen NEXNOVO Technology
  • Shenzhen AuroLED Technology
  • LED-Hero Electronic Technology
  • YDEA Tech (shenzhen)
  • Unilumin
  • Skyview
  • Teeho
  • Pro Display

Production by Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • China

Consumption by Region

  • North America (United States, Canada)
  • Europe (Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, China Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia)
  • Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Argentina)
  • Middle East & Africa (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE)

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Signage market slated to grow to $63.3B by 2031

The global signage market should see a CAGR of 6.3% between 2022 and 2031, reaching $63.3 billion by 2031, according to a study by Future Market Insights.

The retail industry is witnessing structural changes along with the adoption of refined strategies that will have a direct impact on the demand for signages, according to the report.

A highly fragmented market and increasing competition for offline stores from e-commerce businesses have resulted in changes in conventional retail. This will create opportunities for the expansion of the signage market between 2021 and 2031.

Based on the study, there is also a high focus on outdoor signages as businesses seek to reach a wider audience. As per FMI, outdoor signages will account for over 60% of sales in the market in terms of products available. Meanwhile, rising demand from supermarkets and hypermarkets will continue supporting growth.

Key takeaways from the study include:

  • Focus on outdoor digital advertising will drive the U.K. market at 2% year-over-year growth in 2021.
  • Expansion of the retail sector will position India as a key market for signage sales within South Asia.
  • China’s growing retail sector will propel it as a chief signage market within East Asia

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Thailand Approves Relaxed Tax Rules for Digital Assets: Here’s Why



Thailand Approves Relaxed Tax Rules for Digital Assets: Here’s Why

Thailand's cabinet also approved tax breaks for direct and indirect investments in startups. Representational image/AP

Thailand’s cabinet also approved tax breaks for direct and indirect investments in startups. Representational image/AP

The rules, in line with an earlier announcement, will allow traders to offset annual losses against gains for taxes due on cyptocurrency investments.

Thailand’s cabinet on Tuesday relaxed tax rules for investments in digital assets to help promote and develop the industry following a surge in cryptocurrency trading in Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy.

The rules, in line with an earlier announcement, will allow traders to offset annual losses against gains for taxes due on cyptocurrency investments, and exempt a value-added-tax of 7% for cryptocurrency trading on authorized exchanges, Finance Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith told a news conference.

The tax exemption, effective from April 2022 to December 2023, will also cover trading of retail central bank digital currency to be issued by the central bank, he said.

Digital assets have grown fast in Thailand over the past year, with trading accounts surging to about 2 million at the end of 2021 from just 170,000 earlier that year, a ministry official said in January.