So, here's a very interesting article about AMP-caching of websites by Google, that will start in a couple of weeks.
In short: Websites with a lot of content (publishers and all) can be optimized for use by mobile phone by offering an AMP-version. (Sort of stripped down HTML format). One benefit/purpose: SPEED.
I can imagine this is interesting for CMS owners within Webflow that use a LOT of data. Especially if e-commerce is going to be implemented. Let's discuss if you guys (also WF-team @thewonglv) think it's needed to have a "special" AMP-output for mobile use.