Mass adoption is the elusive ‘Holy Grail’ of any consumer technology, and something that has been written and thought about a lot as it relates to the emerging Web3 industry.
But how does one measure something like ‘mass adoption’? Would it be based on the number of users? Or the revenue generated by the industries that built the technology?
Maybe it’s better to measure mass adoption of consumer technologies by something else. Albert Einstein famously said that, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”
So, maybe the best way to measure the mass adoption of Web3 is to ask whether or not it has become so simple that your grandmother can explain it, and more importantly, use it.
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