For Web3 to be a massive and inclusive ecosystem for users everywhere to access, we need to continue to build products and services around it. The different technologies are helping a lot for this, but one that we did not mention that is going to have a tremendous impact, is the AppChain.
Currently, the Blockchain ecosystem is made up of the following parts:
We need more AppChains, we need specific applications, with their own tokens and incentives, focused on a certain group of users. We are already aware that it will be a multi-chain world, but even in a single blockchain, there are many complexities that need to be abstracted for users, we need applications that scale independently without relying on the blockchain they are leveraged on.
Let's see the real world, if we use the analogy that a blockchain is a country, an AppChain would be a restaurant that offers its menu to customers (it will not offer administration services or other things, they focus on being a restaurant and nothing more).
Although this example is simplistic, I want to emphasize the importance of blockchains existing for a well-determined purpose on which we can work/use and those non-technical users (the main ones ignored until now) are the true engine of the use of Web3.
Creating an AppChain is very simple, the fundamental thing is to select the appropriate technology for it.
For example, Octopus Network allows you to create an AppChain with Barnacle, based on Substrate (the same technology for Parachains in Polkadot and Kusama), with the advantages of being EVM compatible and with a set of ready-made modules, and then only register it when being ready.
Another relevant option is to create your AppChain with Ankr, which is based on the new technology of BnB sidechains, taking advantage of the capabilities of the BnB Smart Chain available to any team.
Finally, we hope that technologies to create AppChains will continue to appear because we will reach the mass use of Blockchain to attract more programmers and teams, which will lead to Web3 growing to levels that we have been imagining for a long time.