From what I understand Maidsafe inc. didn’t keep any significant amount of MAID so they cannot sell them if price goes very high to fund development (unlike Etherum).
Given that the crowdsale didn’t go as well as planned and development time was extended by a years or more, is Maidsafe at risk of not having enough money to finish the minimum work needed to issue safecoins safely and within a well-though-of economic framework ?
From what I understood 15% of safecoins will be issued to developers into a scheme that will inevitably be very complex and controversial. (Human problem)
I believe for the SAFE Network to be a success most of the work and resources should be put around building a solid foundation. As of now only 10% of the money went toward this and 15% of it will go to future development.
That’s a lot of money be allocated via a non-existing and inherently centralized and corruptible reward system.