Sandeep Nailwal debunked one of the most toxic narratives of adamant blockchain sceptics: the Web3 revolution is not designed to solve "new" problems only.
No "imaginary" use cases for blockchains: Sandeep Nailwal
Today, Oct. 15, 2022, the Polygon (MATIC) founder took to Twitter to share his views on the way blockchain systems should address financial, social and other problems.
Criticism of blockchains : "Imaginary use cases"— Sandeep | Polygon 💜🔝3️⃣ (@sandeepnailwal) October 15, 2022
Ans: Blockchains are (mostly) NOT solving any new problems, they improve how we have solved those problems previously. Money, finance, assets et al are not new problems being solved, they are just being solved better
According to him, the use cases chosen by blockchain teams should not be criticized as "imaginary" ones by speakers in the industry.
Blockchains — at least, the vast majority of them — are focused on improving the ways existing technical mechanisms address "old" challenges inside and outside fintech.
That is why "inventing" new use cases for blockchain-based tools makes no sense in terms of global blockchain adoption and solving major world problems.
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