I understand Blockstack offers a path to building applications without lock-in, Both in terms for the user but also the application developers. Developers may choose which blockchain is best suited to be the backbone of their apps -
providing the security and tapping into the clever possibilities of a particular chain.
I’d love to hear from someone with a bit more experience to explain what’s it really means to have no lock-in to a particular blockchain. Is is just to give developers greater choice? Or are new ways of doing things possible by mixing different strengths of one chain with the strengths of another? Am I thinking along a sensible track?
Thanks for your time - go nuts on correcting me. I’m a little new in some ways to the ideas here