I totally agree @PHolder. Steve has spent a lot of time creating GRC, and doing all the engineering work to make it secure and get it to where it is today.
The part he didn’t do well (yet) which I was hoping for, was to drum up support. Steve took what I would call the “developer’s approach”, or as one of my colleagues calls it - the “GITHub” approach. He put out a working code base and documentation, and hopes others see the benefit in it, and implement it in their own projects. There are lots of projects on GitHub that toil in obscurity for this reason.
Now that the engineering work is done, I think GRC needs go and pitch this software to major “partners” who might see the value in it, and implement it. If GRC can say “We have this new identity solution, and Twitter, PHPBB, WordPress, XENFORO, Discord, etc all have it implemented…” that’s a lot more compelling.
SQRL right now reminds me of OpenID (back in the day) in a lot of ways. It’s a ‘geek solution’ to the password problem, but at this point the implementation and use isn’t something the general public will be interested in.