I had an interesting conversation today with a non-tech person about the safe network. He is a highly qualified retired phd electrical engineer, very cautious and risk-averse, but also quite politically outspoken.
Most people just want their files to be easy to access and not corrupted. They usually don’t care about anything else [such as privacy].
It’s obviously not how I feel (or probably you or most tech enthusiasts feel) but these perspectives are important since they reflect how ‘most’ people will see safe, and thus the kind of challenges that are to be faced.
I think it would be interesting to compile a ‘real world’ list of anecdotes that reflect how ‘the market’ feels about the safe network.
Got any anecdotes yourself from a broader demographic?