Existing blockchain networks are essentially island ecosystems, and the Internet of Value is still a long way from being genuinely interoperable. In terms of scalability, while the Internet of Information is constantly expanding by encoding various data as bits and programming various scenarios’ communication logic as applications, the Internet of Value is only just getting started by tokenizing various values as tokens and mapping various scenarios’ transaction logic as smart contracts. The Internet of Value scale is severely constrained due to its lack of compatibility. The transfer of off-chain values to the Internet of Value is hampered by the difficulty of mapping actual application scenarios involving various currencies, numerous organizations, and multiple data sources to a blockchain to build a distributed solution. In terms of usability, whereas the Internet of Information’s processing power, storage capacity, and synchronous speed were sufficient to handle most information management needs, the Internet of Value can only accommodate somewhat larger projects. In terms of standardization, platformization, functional modularity, application ecology, interoperability, and anti-quantum assaults, the Internet of Value has a lot of work ahead of it. Interoperability is the most pressing of the three types of obstacles listed above, since it allows us to move assets between blockchains, design smart contracts with various currencies, and improve update scalability. Usability, on the other hand, is a long-term effort, but interoperability and scalability, which have slowed the growth of the Internet of Value, require a quick fix and have become the two most pressing barriers to be addressed.