Q1: Many projects are unable to maintain hype! I would like to know if LIBERO has a marketing plan to constantly bring in new users?
Q2: Other projects are prone to pump and dump strategies. What is your strategy for limiting whales from dumping the project, leaving smaller investors to suffer the fall?
Q3. Many people will not follow the three steps, are you adding that to the equation and have enough steps to keep sustaining the project?
Q4. How is the supply of Lib gonna hold up for paying all holders 2,02% daily, I have close to 1 million Lib, by next year if I don't sell anything, I will have 1,1 to 1,2 Billion Lib which is 20%+ of total supply Now (not even taking burns into consideration)
Now imagine there are just 10 people like me out of 20,000+holders, who don't want to sell ANYTHING...how does that work ? Thank you for answering because that's the only flaw I see, UNLESS you change the APY or correlate it to market and balance value.
Q5: Other projects launch their V2 after months or years. So amazing just after 2 weeks you introduce LIBERO V2. What will be the major changes between v1 and v2 exactly?
Q6: How will xLibero support the already outstanding token like $LIBERO?
Q7: Many people compares libero to titano what is the main difference and how is libero v2 more sustainable
Question from Anneth: What makes you feel confident about the survival & sustainable success of Your project in the near future?
1. Could you please explain what will be the main difference between Libero 1.0 and Libero 2.0 and how it will positively affect to the Libero users?
2. Is this the final complete version of Libero? Will we have any major changes in the future? It is believed that most projects will not be able to exist in the long run. That may be true. What lessons have you learned from your experience or when evaluating other projects in this industry? @lionheart1979