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Blockchain applications need to stop emphasizing blockchain

The general growth of digital asset holders is consistently growing. Last December, the estimate number for Bitcoin wallets were over 75 million. However, according to Bitcoin Market Journal, active users are at 5.8 million while credit card processors easily have over 200 million international users. While certain blockchain protocols do not have the capacity to maintain such number of users and transactions, one of the crucial reasons that halts mass adoption of blockchain is blockchain. Many of the DApps (Decentralized Application) excessively emphasize blockchain. The consequence is easily shown through statistics.

According to DApp Radar, the top blockchain DApps across all public blockchain protocols barely have three thousand users. Most DApps are difficult to use and register without experience. Also, some DApps are not usable without registering. Without blockchain platforms and applications solving such issue, digital assets (cryptocurrencies) will remain as a speculative, gambling asset.

On ChainFlix, the video sharing platform truly powered by blockchain, users can seamlessly use the service without registering. Without any knowledge, users will not notice that this platform is powered by blockchain.

With their recent update on the platform to allow for multiple login/signup using social media accounts such as Google, Naver, and Kakao, ChainFlix’s barrier of entry became even easier.

ChainFlix’s team and their platform provides blockchain developers a guideline on how to build a truly workable and scalable blockchain platform. DON’T FOCUS ON BLOCKCHAIN. Users are not curious about the consensus algorithm nor about the TPS (Transactions per second). Users care about the usability and joy that the service provides. Users can test ChainFlix’s platform on http://beta.chainflix.net and receive their updates through their Telegram channel https://t.me/ChainFlix.

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