When discussing the user experiences and consumer adoption of decentralized technologies, one fundamental interaction all Blockchain technologies have in common, is the individuals use of keys. Relatable examples that demonstrate this range from the simple use case where people transact cryptographic tokens (e.g. bitcoin, ETH, ZCash) to more advanced use case interactions with DApps, or personal address space that provides people with decentralized personal computing resources such as Urbit (Urbit.org). Historically, key management systems are used in various enterprise use cases. However, individual consumers do not have many options unless they have high technology literacy which has its own challenges.
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