Wall Street Journal: Encrypted cats and gaming games fail to attract Internet users to try to centralize applications

The Wall Street Journal published an article yesterday questioning whether the current decentralized application driven by blockchain technology can attract Internet users. The report pointed out that investors have invested billions of dollars, but the current decentralized applications are still less popular, not attractive to ordinary Internet users. The report quoted State of the Dapps as saying that developers have now developed more than 2,700 decentralized applications, but only three average daily active users exceed 10,000, and the largest number of daily DApps, 30 All are betting games.