Biohacking Market Overview:
Biohacking is a treatment where drugs and implants are used in enhancing cognitive functions both externally and internally, to sharpen cognition, memory, or creativity. It is similar to various nootropic drugs that can be used to develop intelligence and focus. The global biohackers market is expecting a strong growth in the coming years where the CAGR can clock 19.42% during the forecast period of 2017 to 2023. Market Research Future (MRFR) considers the growing use of RFID technology, integration of internet of things (IoT), increasing inclusion of fitness and consumer electronics, and others can influence the market growth. However, the lack of security can also trigger adverse results. The implants can be hacked, which can create problems. However, other factors like rising geriatric population, and the will to counter chronic diseases are expected to push the market growth in the coming years.
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Biohacking Market Segmentation:
The global biohacking market, as conducted in the report by MRFR, has been segmented on the basis of type, application, product, and end-user. This segmentation has a better hold on various factors that can impress the market in the coming days. Such factorial details are also backed up by various volume-wise and value-specific analysis.
Type-wise segmentation leads to a segmentation of the biohacking market into outside and inside biohacking. The outside biohacking can surpass a valuation of USD 16,142.38 million by 2023 with the fastest possible CAGR of 19.72%.
Product-based segmentation of the global market for biohacking includes sensors, smart drugs, strains, and others. The smart drug segment has a possibility of reaching a valuation of USD 11,980.71 million in 2023, and it could achieve a CAGR of 19.88% over the review period.
By applications, the market comprises genetic engineering, drug testing, synthetic biology, diagnosis & treatment, forensic science, and others. The synthetic biology segment has the potential to surpass USD 3,255.75 million and clock a CAGR of 19.81% over the review period.
By end-users, the market spans across forensic laboratories, pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies, and others. The pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies segment has the potential of crossing a valuation of USD 13,882.08 million by 2023.
Biohacking Market Regional Analysis:
The region-specific analysis of the biohacking market places the Americas and Europe at the top. The Americas has the potential to surpass a market valuation of USD 10,573.53 million by 2023 and it would maintain its top position. The presence of biotechnologies and synthetic biology companies would substantiate the leap. Growing awareness among the younger generation can also be counted as a major driving factor for the market.
The APAC region can grow with the fastest CAGR of 19.91% over the assessment period where the possibility of banking on China, India, Japan is getting higher with new strategic moves. The revamping healthcare sector and growing investment in it are also expected to make substantial market move.
Biohacking Market Analyzed By Competitive Landscape:
The global market for biohacking is showing immense potential owing to the participation shown by several companies. These companies are investing substantially to trigger growth in the market as their investments are directed towards various market strategies like merger, innovation, branding, marketing, acquisition, and others. These companies have been reported and profiled by MRFR for a better understanding of the coming years. These companies are Synbiota (Canada), Thync Global Inc. (U.S.), HVMN, Inc. (U.S.), Apple (U.S.), THE ODIN (U.S.), MoodMetric (U.S.), and Fitbit, Inc. (U.S.).
Biohacking Industry News:
In September 2019, an international biohacker company declared that they are about to make a cheaper version of a gene therapy that would considerably lower the price in the market and would assist in the better reaching of the medicine to various patients. The medicine in question is Glybera that can be used for inherited diseases and per treatment costs USD 1 million. The drug is first-of-its-kind.
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