As a result, holders of GSXC tokens
(fatcats.market) are long-term investors who believe in the project and are willing to keep our tokens at least until we start allocating revenues – at this point, the prices will naturally go up.
Most of my colleagues say I am a fool – I could have collected more money during the ICO. Yeah, I could. However, those would have been stupid money which would have brought more problems in the long run. Fat Cats are not my first business and I know that stupid money received from alarmists are the most dangerous thing for any project. I've learned it the hard way.
The irony is that most businesses kick the bucket not because they lack funds but because they have too much. Lads who collected tens of millions of dollars rush to buy Alfa Romeos and Ferraris. And guess what? They will sell those cars at cheaper prices just a year later as investors will nail them to the wall. I've seen such examples before. GSXC tokens
are now traded at approximately the offer price (0.00379 ETH for 1 token), sometimes it's higher and other times – lower. Generally, there is a price corridor ranging from 0.003 to 0.004 ETH for 1 token. There are no dramatic fivefold or tenfold drops. Sure, there is always a risk that prices will fall but I did all I could to minimize this risk.