At time of writing, the cryptocurrency market cap amounts $220,615,997,859, with more than 3,000 different coins. Compared to a few years ago, the current amount of money vested in cryptocurrency and the rate of growth is truly astounding. However, considering that Amazon, a single global company, has a market cap of $884,188,000,000, the cryptocurrency market still only accounts for a small percentage of the overall currency market. Whilst new coins are appearing on a daily basis, the overall market cap of the cryptocurrency market is not increasing at a high rate, and it can be deduced that cryptocurrency overall is in its infancy. All of these blockchain projects have in common the following fact: they are based on trustless block producers that continue the block, recording their transactions on a single chain. Therein lies the first limitation of blockchain, which interferes with the growth of the industry. The foundation of a blockchain system relies on a singular protocol to exchange and prove information within its blockchain. However, that also means it is unable to prove and use information on other chains or offline. This is a huge problem in terms of operation of the economic system.