Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger said in an interview recently that the blockchain industry needs to pay more attention to the user experience. "The blockchain must be as simple as any normal application or website," he said. "Only when you go beyond traditional applications in your own way, people will start to pay attention to these applications based on blockchain. At this point. Most people don't care about blockchains. Maybe they should, but they don't. This is the fact we have to face. We haven't found the best way to use this technology. We haven't built a systematic programming language yet. We don't know what the biggest company will be. There are still many unresolved issues at this point. I think the world of blockchain will be very different in 10 years, we don't know what it will look like."