This is both for development and marketing, but i seriously think we should
Concentrate on MOBILE apps instead of desktop clients where you can EASILY in one click, send and receive Safecoins from other users by scanning a simple QR code, all on a mobile device, and upload files from your mobile to the Safenetwork and then being able to access it on any other devices. A mobile farmer would be the perfect farmer, too, considering almost all our mobile devices are on 24/7 these days, as we usually get to recharge it before the battery dies. The Graphic User Interface is going to be the most important. It needs to be smooth and not feel buggy or clumsy.
We need a browser that is suitable for ANYONE to use and download, much like Brave browser, you don’t need Basic Attention Token or even be part of the ‘cryptocurrency society’ to download and use it, as it’s a privacy focused browser with ad-blocking benefits. Safe browser should be like this - with an addition - that you can also browser websites on the safenetwork and easily send and receive safecoins, create your own website on SAFE, as well as interface with the apps on the safenetwork, AS WELL AS farm for safecoins - all within one or two clicks in the browser. In other words, it should aim to be MUCH BETTER than the current browser that people are using(such as Google Chrome)!
With the second point said, i want to stress that we REALLY SHOULD make our browser able to interface with the current internet all without any problems! This is extremely important, as otherwise, let’s say a website also has a corresponding version on the safenet, but how will that website link people to the safenet? They can put a link on their site but people won’t be able to click it and end up on the site. They’ll have to copy the link, download another browser, and then paste that link… it’ll just be like Tor, which is a hassle to use, and doesn’t exactly foster mass adoption…
For the people who care about their privacy and arguing for safebrowser to only interface with safe sites, you should also realise 90%+ of the people in the world do not, and forcing what you want(your own personal desire to be private) onto what other people should also want isn’t going to help with mass adoption. We can have an option for it though, by default the browser can interface with all sites, however optionally, the people who really care about their privacy for any reason, can choose a ‘maximum privacy’ mode on the browser where that browser will not interface http traffic at all, and does other things to help them be more private. We can have a glider bar that slides between ‘maximum convenience’ and ‘maximum privacy’ that the users can easily choose from depending on their own desires and needs, instead of the more privacy focused people significantly inconveniencing the rest of the world who may just want to use safecoins as a store of value and a transaction medium, and to store data onto the network as well as farm for some safecoins, and do not care a huge amount about internet surfing privacy.
Anyway, all in all, those two points are just my two cents for the team to consider But I seriously believe they are extremely important to foster adoption and usage of the safenetwork for the masses.