May I suggest the content to be more educational and easier for newbies to understand?
Newbies refer to people who have heard of cryptocurrency, bitcoin, maybe ethereum but not technically savvy to know or interested in knowing how they work, but interested enough to purchase his/her first cryptocurrency, not for just speculations, but more out of curiosity that this might change how the current society operates.
For instance, Nervos is building an infrastructure for the crypto economy. wait, what is crypto economy? Can you elaborate? How could it change the society and everyone involved?
The way I could think of to actually put inherent value into a public blockchain is social contract, we have already seen two examples that worked, BTC (money) and ETH (ICO, or crowd fundraising), but it is just a start…Nervos could be the trust-less foundation which users can serve each other in their cyber tribes and the blockchain is the new habitat for billions of digital nomad.
And yes we can tell the design of Nervos learnt the lessons from BTC and ETH, and I’m sure Nervos has great technology details to tell. But technology is just the way of doing things and telling the tech details only attract those who build, does not attract those who could use the tech.
I see what’s lacking here is Nervos does not tell people why it is building and what future it could lead to.
Nervos has its own world view of how a blockchain should be used and it wanted to build a blockchain, a system that could self-evolve.
I see minimalism, living at the moment but to flow with the changes in Nervos design philosophy.
The system is designed in a way that mimics natural structures - the growth of the network is like forming “cells” within a global brain”(look at the name Nervous…) - it might one day “mirror” the way humans interact and forming different kind of social contracts, get around of centralized entities that makes no sense but pointing at each other when crisis rises, the human society shared common interest and should not be playing a zero-sum game.
What made Nervos different is really the people and the community behind it. Those who cares, their qualities and what they wish for, tell the story of Nervos.