The sum of all parts does not always make it better than its parts. Take the words “block” and “chain” in blockchain. Blocks in toys were invented as early as the 1500s way before Minecraft made history with its digital blocks. Chains were used in 225BC to draw buckets of water and, in 16th century, Leonardo Da Vinci sketched the first steel chain. Such inventions took ages to popularize, but blockchain is not an invention. It is a valuable functionality that, if we just treat it as such and not as some grandeur product, we can really invent products that make use of it. Let’s take a simple pragmatic approach and not force ideas for the sake of ideas to deploy blockchain. Da Vinci or Minecraft players will probably second that idea.