Indeed, how easy people forget that estimating future value is probability * potential. The probability of launching is >0.0%, and SAFEnetwork’s potential far exceeds imagination, in my opinion.
I’m backing up the metaphorical pick up truck
I suppose it’s still a respectable price to pick up more…
Or, getting delisted was an opportunity to scare weak hands into selling. Bear in mind, while the price may have dropped upon the announcement, 1) people still bought, and 2) it is hard to say what the true impact is until post 3/7 or 3/9 (whichever the day is) and we have the benefit of time to understand the true effect on price. I’m not (definitively) saying that delisting is positive, but it could be (as was the case with Bitshares) at least somewhere between neutral and immaterial.