I want to remind community participants that overly optimistic shilling of FunFair is just as dangerous as FUD. We need to consider any possible negatives (no venture is perfect) to ensure that we don't gloss over any glaring issues. Doing so can only benefit the team and increase odds of success.
Given how virtually everyone here has some financial stake in the FUN token (I'm assuming), it's not surprising that we observe a lot of emotionally-charged rhetoric as of late. Even if dialogue appears hostile, please at least consider the other person's point of view and critically address any problems with factual information as opposed to automatically downvoting. Downvotes should be reserved for content that do not contribute anything of value to productive discussions.
I urge everyone to not immediately dismiss differing opinions just because they may oppose your point of view and to disregard personal biases that may impair judgment. Instead of always latching onto firm beliefs, maintain an open mind to any and all criticisms.
As much as I would like FunFair to succeed in an overwhelming fashion, there is still a non-zero possibility that they will fail due to various factors that may or may not be in their control. God forbid, should the latter happen, level-headed discussion here may provide better guidance to holders of FUN with regards to their financial decisions.
tl;dr Chill out and keep an open, objective mind during discussions, despite financial interests, biases, etc. I realize I may just be talking to a wall given how idealistic my comments are.
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