I do not think Bitcoin will get adopted nearly as fast as those in the chart, because those other technologies are pretty much all revolutionary for the 'average person'. I believe only about 20-30% of Americans have an active PayPal account and it has been around for well over a decade and doesn't even bring any confusing or new tech to the table really.
But with that being said, Bitcoin is most certainly not going anywhere any time soon. But I think it will take a long time before it comes anywhere close to mainstream. The reason being, for 99.9% of people why use Bitcoin when you can just use cash? The inherent benefits are not significant and clear enough for most people to really get into crypto. But that's just my 2 cents. I'm no expert in economics or crypto/tech for that matter.