We’ve seen a number of times where FOMO has proven a much stronger economic force in ICO’s than…
Jason Civalleri

I noticed that potentially all ICO’s suffer from this risk and it’s something that might occur regularly; I should clarify that I’m asking whether you think the reverse dutch model increases that risk by starting the bidding high, potentially ending in a much higher price due to the FOMO force prevalent in ICOs satisfying the end-condition than the price that might be arrived if you started lower, given the amount of unsophisticated capital that is in the ecosystem right now.

I do understand there is a unique general risk in all ICO’s that we all have to bear for now. I’m only questioning whether this model foreseeably and unnecessarily increases that risk, resulting in a higher potential legal liability than ICOs at large.