Geneva, Switzerland–(Newsfile Corp. – September 19, 2022) – H.E. Justin Sun, Founder of TRON, spoke about the Seamless Web3 Future at Binance Blockchain Week in Paris. Sun was the key speaker at one of the most anticipated panel discussions with Eowyn Chen, CEO of Trust Wallet, and Jorn Lambert, Chief Digital Officer of Mastercard. The panel discussed important topics such as Web3 and its universal definition, key tools, critical issues, safety concerns, and other pressing matters concerning the industry’s future.
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The discussion on Web3 and its technical definition kicked off the conversation. All panelists agreed that Web3 was already here, but mainstream adoption of Web3 is what will lead to the creation of more use cases. While Chen and Lambert expressed interests similar to Sun, Chen expanded upon Sun’s future vision of what Web3 is and what it could become.
Sun expanded on key tools to help create a more seamless Web3 experience, such as digital wallets, revenue and reward tools, and more efficient logistics and supply chain operations. Sun proceeded to discuss the unique utility and tools that stablecoins can provide and how Trust Wallet, MasterCard, and TRON can work together on improving the user experience of payment protocols. Lambert followed up by discussing how tooling in Web3 can help current Web2 businesses to scale more efficiently by conducting the right amount of UX research. User optimization is essential and must be done correctly for mass adoption to allow companies to scale.
Mass adoption was a consistent talking point, and the panelists had varying opinions. Sun’s main topics focused on education and creating digestible content for users. Your Web3 experience is similar to your “gaming experience,” this is critical when addressing “ways to help mainstream crypto adoption.” Chen led her response with this statement and concluded that the best way to educate users is by utilizing social media and a proper UX needs to be established by product designers to make them frictionless. Lambert focused on how security is vital for mass adoption to occur so that users aren’t “looking over their shoulder” as they navigate the Web3 space. Sun later responded with how important it is to be wary of scammers that will come about and addressed the concept of protocols and major institutions to help fight against this by filtering out scammers and verifying real users by implementing Know-Your-Customer policies.
The panel also discussed the aspect of security and safety as an essential part of Web3, maybe even the most significant. Helping create a chain agnostic ecosystem can help bring vibrant projects with fewer barriers of entry for them to succeed, which offers more users that these projects can attract. Another key theme echoed was the importance of regulations.
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