Ethereum co-founder and core developer Vitalik Buterin responded to the topic “My First Impressions of Web3” in the Reddit community, saying that I think the world of certified decentralized blockchains is coming soon, and more than many people think. Close to this. Of course, all these technologies may be established, and many people will not care. But I am more optimistic. Users usually accept the default settings given by the developers, and many developers really care about decentralization and untrustworthiness (and there are more and more legal issues in running centralized trust nodes, which will prompt them to care more).
Decentralized options that users reject today (for example, running a full node) are indeed quite difficult today, so it is understandable for users to insist on using more centralized options, at least they can easily use them. None of the suggestions listed here are that difficult, and even running a full node itself will become easier and cheaper over time. Because ideas like statelessness and historical outdated come into play, I don’t see why the future needs technical reasons like today.