Our main focus at the moment is performance and scalability. We want to reduce the latency that the end user experiences when interacting with Skynet and we want to increase the total number of users that Skynet can handle, and the cost which is required to reach that many users. Already today the numbers are very good. Supporting >100,000 monthly active users on Skynet is costing us less than $5,000 per month in operational expenses, and we estimate that we can keep scaling Skynet out to 10 million or more users total with no upgrades to the codebase. Speeds are also pretty solid today already, with the average download going as fast as 100 megabits per second, and the average latency on the time-to-first-byte being under 200ms. To the best of our knowledge, these numbers significantly outperform all other decentralized storage platforms. Still, we think all of these numbers can easily be pushed another order of magnitude.