Ten years in, nobody has come up with a use for blockchain
Payments and banking
The key feature of a new payment system — think of PayPal in its early days — is the confidence that if the goods aren’t as described you’ll get your money back.
Freedom to transact without government supervision
Bitcoin is what banking looked like in the middle ages — “here’s your libertarian paradise, have a nice day.
Micropayments and bank-to-bank transfers
Distributed storage, computing, and messaging
So what’s left?
Nobody went out and did a survey about whether most credit card users would be willing to give up their frequent flyer miles in return for also losing the ability to dispute a transaction.
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