No, that's not what I'm saying. "Decentralization" wasn't the right word for what I was trying to convey, and I still don't have a good one.
I don't think you should be able to use Colorglyph colors to buy groceries. I was just saying that it doesn't make a lot of sense to use a decentralized public ledger to take care of a token that is tied in all aspects to a centralized issuer. But maybe it does, if only for transparency. Also, this isn't even true of Colorglyph, since its colors can be traded for Lumens, for example, if only there are people who want to do that trade.
Anyway, I was just trying to say, in the previous comment, that I tend to like more if Stellar apps and Stellar assets are interfacing with many different users, uses and real-world entities, but this is just my opinion at the moment.