I can assure you: we won’t. Not now and not in the foreseeable future, as it holds no value to us. Nor should it in any other tool where privacy is paramount.
To know why, we would have to go over the principle of a basic blockchain implementation.
How does it workIn essence a blockchain is nothing more than a list of transactions or events ‘chained’ together in a set sequence, a ledger if you will. Playing this sequence of transactions from the very first entry to the last should give you the current state.
Take for example a bank account, the current sum of money is the result of all individual transactions combined.
With blockchain however, this list of transactions is not just logged by the bank, but sent to everyone involved. New members will get a full copy of the log, or at least access to it.