Continuing the discussion from Network terminology:
@dyamanaka, In terms of mass adoption, the order I think is attention-grabbing is Private Data Storage, Public Data Storage, and Safecoin. Backing up your data is huge. Dropbox is ubiquitous at this point, and really a necessity. It’s also expensive for most people. If there’s a system that can do what Dropbox does for either free, or a fraction of the price, you’ll turn a LOT of heads in the general public.
Public Data Share is cooler for commercial use at first glance. The implications of it are huge. But like most things, you’ll get more attention from the consumer-facing part (the private data storage). That’ll get you the press. That’s where a lot of the adoption will come from. Then people will start seeing how the power of the public data share.
Tying it all together is the Safecoin crypto. Safecoin will derive it’s value from network adoption. I’d go as far to say it’s actually the weakest selling point at first glance because it’s hard to explain to the average person. People barely wrap their brains around Bitcoin (most people don’t get it at all). It’s seen as a scam and dangerous by the general public. But, if you tell people, “You can get 100% secure dropbox-like storage for dirt cheap”. Then some of those people start earning safecoins and realize they could buy more storage with it, we’ll start gaining trust in crypto among the public, not just techies.