If people are interested in doing decentralized Web 3.0 projects, then Hive would be an obvious choice, wouldn't it? Possibly one of the only available choices. So why aren't building on Hive and instead use tech that makes it so hard to have high scale? Maybe because they don't know about Hive. And maybe they're interested in making money and don't really care about decentralized Web 3.0. So, in the end, perhaps few people are interested in building the future web and social infrastructure, the vast majority simply follow the money.
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