Why human readable addresses alone won’t drive crypto adoption

Usability is one of crypto’s biggest problems. Block times, private keys, and worst of all the address: a 64-character gibberish alphanumeric string, in which a single typo can make your money disappear forever. Not to mention the unsecure way these public keys are typically being shared, via text or email that can easily be intercepted, then changed, and the sender has no way to know.

Many attempts have been made to address the issue of human readable...