If anything blockchain is too broad a term. The good thing that's coming out of the "blockchain revolution" is that people are coming to understand that programming/logical literacy is and will be as important as language literacy, as well as importance of cryptography for building trusted systems. But let's not call that blockchain.
Is that page number a coincidence? I wonder.
Anyway, here are a bunch of other decision trees as well:
Cutting through the noise:
It will likely shut down once they realize corporate America has pretty much ditched blockchain and has moved on. The people who are writing optimistic comments are grasping at straws.
Blockchain industry had 5 years to go mainstream. All it did was create financial ruin for duped investors while enriching those who bought the pre-sale at restrictive amounts of capital to risk.
Blockchain is a shitty and slow database nobody asked for apart from the people selling it's tokens that is somehow necessary to appreciate and depreciate in value on terms dictated by the very controllers. SEC will blow you out of the water if you've been caught pumping and dumping. I am in the process of reporting/sending slack screenshots of people in Vancouver to the SEC for pumping and dumping.
Justice is coming. In the form of US extradition.