Agree with the migration from NIS1.
A suggestion from my side is that Catapult new features have to be explained in a way that anybody is not familiar with Blockchain can understand. The examples from Alice and Bob are ok but I want to see real examples. What can I do, which type of companies can implement Catapult in 2019 or in 5 years.
The nano wallet has to be the best, best UX, user friendly, plug and play. A kid can use it.
Whoever is going to SELL Catapult to the companies or NF in the social media can’t go and say, we have Catapult, best features nobody has… that strategy did not work in the past even though NIS1 is one of the best.
there are a lot of competitors out there, first most of them are using PRIVATE CHAINS, and Catapult is going to focus on PUBLIC chains, so it’s going to be difficult to take the market. All the features has to be clear, also for DEVELOPERS. NIS1 was super easy for developers but at the end that was a myth. Ethereum with Solidity has had more attention from devs than NEM. Some devs told me that they prefer Solidity because they have more freedom. Also some hardcore devs told me that NEM repository and tech guides were not so good, not good explained an confuse.
In the 90’s we have netscape, IRC, Aol, badoo, myspace…probably same as we have now Bitcoin, Eos, Ethereum. So question, Does Nem wants to be Google, amazon, Ebay or not?
I believe that the users are going to make the choice and not the companies. Also nem wants become mainstream, need things like Jack Dorsey is doing with Bitcoin and Lightning for example.